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UNIVERSITY 





ANNUAL 

COMMENCEMENT 

CONVOCATION 



george albert smith 

fieldhouse 

friday, June 5, 1959 



THE ORDER OF THE ACADEMIC PROCESSIONS 

President, Board of Trustees, and Official Guests 

High Administrative Officers 

Faculties 

Candidates for Advanced Degrees 

Class of 1959 



SIGNIFICANCE OF ACADEMIC COSTUME 

The significance of academic costume is determined especially by the 
sleeves and hoods. DOCTORS wear the round bell sleeve; the gown is faced 
down the front and barred on the sleeves with black velvet or color indicating 
the degree; the doctor's hood is large. The doctor may, if he so choose, wear the 
gold tassle on his cap. MASTERS wear the long, closed sleeve, with a slit near 
the upper part of the arm; the master's hood is of more moderate size. 
BACHELORS wear the long or pointed sleeve. The color of the tassle indicates 
whether the degree is in the field of arts (white) or science (golden-yellow). 

Hoods are lined with the colors of the institutions granting the degree, or 
with which the wearer is connected, and are trimmed with velvet of the color 
distinctive of the degree — for example, humanities and social science, white; 
philosophy, blue; science, golden-yellow; music, pink; engineering, orange; 
education, light blue; commerce and accounting, drab. 



THE COLLEGE SONG 

All hail the College that we love, 

At the throne, the throne of wisdom's sway; 

O let us lift our songs above. 

The thronging midtitude today. 

No pride nor riches here may sue; 

The head, the heart, the hand. 

United must be true. 

Be true to thee our white and blue. 

When they join our happy band. 

Then cheer anew for the BYU; 

We've come to work, to live, to do. 

We'll raise our standard, bear it through; 

Our hearts are true to the BYU. 



COME, COME, YE SAINTS 

Come, come, ye Saints, no toil nor labor fear; 

But wdth joy, wend your way. 

Though hard to you this journey may appear, 

Grace shall be as your day. 

'Tis better far for us to strive 

Our useless cares from us to drive; 

Do this, and joy your hearts will swell — 

All is well! All is well! 



Brigham Young University 
Eighty-Fourth Annual 



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George Albert Smith Fieldhouse — Friday, June 5, 1959 
President David O. McKay, Presiding 

6:45 pjn. Prelude Organ 

7:00 pjn. Academic Procession: Board of Trustees, Faculty and Graduates— from Maeser 

Memorial to the George Albert Smith Fieldhouse 

7:15 p.m. Processional Organ 

7:30 p.m. Chorus: "Oh Lord Our God" Buxtehude 

Invocation Elder Harold B. Lee 

Chorus: "Worthy Is the Lamb" (from Messiah) Handel 

Conferring of Master's Degrees President Ernest L. Wilkinson 

Address to Graduates Carl Sandburg 

Conferring of Doctoral Degrees President Ernest L. Wilkinson 

Presentation of Special Awards President Ernest L. Wilkinson 

Hymn: "Come, Come, Ye Saints" Chorus and Congregation 

Remarks and Conferring of 

Bachelor's Degrees President Ernest L. Wilkinson 

Presentation of Nightingale Pledge to 

College of Nursing Graduates Dean L. Bernice Chapman 

Presentation of A.F.R.O.T.C. Commissions Col. Barnett S. Allen 

The College Song Chorus and Congregation 

Benediction Elder George Q. Morris 

Recessional — Organ 

Choral Music by Brigham Young University Combined Choruses 

Conducted by Newell Weight 

University Organist, J. J. Keeler 

(The audience will please remain seated until the graduates have marched from the building.) 

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BACHELOR'S DEGREES 



COLLEGE OF BIOLOGICAL AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES 



Agricultural Economics 



\ Bachelor of Science 

Williams, Theo Lee Lakeview, Ore. 

Agronomy 



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Bachelor of Science 

Baldwin, Theodore N., Jr Bellflower, Calif. 

Finch, James Moran Spanish Fork 

Finlinson, Arlyn J Leamington 

Francis, Vaughn Elgin Spanish Fork 

Animal Husbandry 



Herrin, Gene Carley Bentonia, Miss. 

Keller, Alvin Lamar Roberts, Ida. 

Leavitt, Veryle B Leavitt, Alta., Canada 

Taba, Stanley Sumio Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii 



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Bachelor of Arts 

Turley, Luther Dean Chihuahua, Mexico 

Bachelor of Science 

Argyle, Ralph Evan Randolph 

Cheney, Garth Wayne Wendell, Ida. 

Drake, Asa Junior Victor, Ida. 

Gardner, Mark Lavar Firth, Ida. 

Gunderson, Alvin Vern, Jr Lorenzo, Ida. 

McKee Bobbie Gene Riverton 

Nelson, John Dewey Salt Lake City 

Pierce, Walter Hugh Moultrie, Ga. 

Bacteriology 



Reeder, James Rondell San Jose, Calif. 

Ritz, Robert T Woodland, Calif. 

Smith, Wayne F Aurora, Colo. 

Speed, Ulysses Grant San Angelo, Texas 

Van Dyke, Robert Richard Anaheim, Calif. 

Webber, Maurice Richard Big Timber, Mont. 

Williams, Delyn Elmer Lakeview, Ore. 



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Bachelor of Science 

Burton, Sheril Dale Malad, Ida. 

Christensen, Ralph Gene Detroit, Mich. 

Clark, Robert Wesley Klamath Falls, Ore. 

Green, Dixie L Salt Lake City 

Harrison, Edwin C Brigham City 

Heimark, Elmonda LaRae Philipsburg, Mont. 

Johnson, Carol Garfield Milford 



Mahaffey, Linda Ann Phoenix, Ariz. 

Main, Betty Ann Aberdeen, Wash. 

Miller, Mary Peterson Salt Lake City 

Mumford, Carole Mt. Pleasant 

Stephenson, Maralyn Rexburg, Ida. 

Waters, Teddy Mac Menan, Ida. 



Botany 



Bachelor of Arts 

Hague, Franklin Morris Highmore, S. Dak. 

Bachelor of Science 

Gardner, Lawrence Blane Spanish Fork 

Zoology 



Nielsen, Harry Stewart Ferron 



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Bachelor of Arts 

Nelson, Varr Y Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Sheets, Leland Ogden Payson 



Vandenhazel, Ailko Salt Lake City 



Bachelor of Science 

Boothe, Mell J Orem 

Braithwaite, Lee Fred Provo 

Brewster, Richard Cliffe Lakewood, Calif. 

Bullock, Robert Earl Welling, Alta., Canada 

Jones, William Draper Boise, Ida. 

Kearl, Sherman L Los Angeles, Calif. 

King, Verleen Moore, Ida. 



Prows, Arvin Ronald Spanish Fork 

Shields, Jay Glen Tooele 

Shurtleff, Howard P Castro Valley, Calif. 

Stones, Robert C Milwaukie, Ore. 

Taylor, Carole Lynn McComas Pasadena, Calif. 

Tenney, Lynn H., Jr Dallas, Texas 

White, Jerald Dell Green River, Wyo. 



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 
Accounting 



Bachelor of Arts 

Carpenter, Craig Romney Washington, D. C. 

Clark, Sheldon L Georgetown, Ida. 

Driggs, Gary Harmon Phoenix, Ariz. 

Ennis, Noel Huff Draper 

Hall, Calvin Nelson St. George 



Mackay, Walter Dale Murray 

Midgley, Duane Van Salt Lake City 

Oborn, Neldon M Tooele 

Olson, Lloyd G Ontario, Canada 

Stewart, James Edmond Fairview 



Bachelor of Science 

Beveridge, Robert M Orem 

Black, Robert Duane Ogden 

Brooksby, Wesley Brandt Fredonia, Ariz. 

Bucknum, Daniel Richards Bend, Ore. 

Callister, Douglas Lane Glendale, Calif. 

Cannon, Wilford Glenn Payson 

Dahl, Sheldon T Layton 

Durrant, John Lawrence Meridian, Ida. 

Ely, Raymond William Los Angeles, Calif. 

Gardner, Delano Afton, Wyo. 

Gedge, DeVel K Salt Lake City 

Gibbs, Calvin James Ogden 

Hill, Harry N Rexburg, Ida. 

Hotchkiss, John Lafayette Sun Valley, Calif. 

Jensen, Lee N Redmond 

Johnson, Edwin LeRoy Springville 

Jones, Elwood Thomas Spanish Fork 

Jones, Richard Allen San Gabriel, Calif. 

Kenney, Donald Phoenix, Ariz. 



Kimball, Farrell Wayne Sacramento, Calif. 

Lang, Rudolph E., Jr North Hollywood, Calif. 

LeBaron, Betty Joan Denver, Colo. 

Lyon, John Boyd Firth, Ida. 

Mansuy, Edward M Salt Lake City 

Martindale, Robert Ralph Nampa, Ida. 

McBride, Richard Haley Grand Junction, Colo. 

Meidlinger, Richard John Council Bluffs, Iowa 

Messervy, Don Carlos Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Nate, Gordon Owens Boise, Ida. 

Nielsen, Dick Hyatt Centerfield 

Oxborrow, Jeanette Sparks, Nev. 

Pearson, Maughn M Richfield 

Perkins, Donald M Clay Springs, Ariz. 

Skousen, Richard E Mesa, Ariz. 

Stoddard, Elias Thomas Washington, D. C. 

Swain, Noel L Provo 

Van Wagoner, Willard L Salt Lake City 

Walker, Newell R Rigby, Ida. 



Business Education and Office Management 



Bachelor of Science 

Baker, Faye Arlene Glendora, Calif. 

Burbidge, Lucille Salt Lake City 

Chadwick, Mary Ellen Randolf Center, Vt. 

Chandler, Jean Marie Weiser, Ida. 

Cook, Barbara Jane Brigham City 

Flenniken, Daisy L Millbrae, Calif. 

Gardner, Janet A Spanish Fork 

Glasson, Ruth Ann New Plymouth, Ida. 

Gwilliam, Norma Dagmar Boise, Ida. 

Hansen, Robert Wayne Richfield 

Holmes, Carol Jean Springville 

Hulme, Thelma Jean Hagerman, Ida. 

Hunt, Jeanette R Baker, Ore. 

Johnson, Doris Elaine Hooper 

Lambert, Joan Lee East Ely, Nev. 

Larsen, James Christian Salina 



Lee, Carole Dawn Concord, Calif. 

Mower, Glade Weston Fairview 

Murihall, Grace Las Vegas, Nev. 

Newman, Walter Dennis American Fork 

Noble, Zina ::... Walla Walla, Wash. 

Olsen, Larry A Weston, Ida. 

Olsen, Sharon Nuffer Preston, Ida. 

Ragonton, Carol Nalani Kekaha, Hawaii 

Roche, Marlene Frances Antioch, Calif- 

Rooks, Oran D Blackfoot, Ida. 

Russell, Georgia Arlington, W. Va. 

Smith, Nila Loy Farmington, N. Mex. 

Utley, Roger E Joseph 

Williamson, Doris Moab 

Willis, Judith Carol Martinsville, Ind. 

Winn, Cleona Jones Kirtland, N. Mex. 



Business Management 



Bachelor of Arts 

Brown, Ray Michael Payson 



Whitehead, John Clark 



Twin Falls, Ida. 
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Bachelor of Science 

Bagley, Terrence Floyd Etna, Wyo. 

Crockett, Edwin A Provo 

Davenport, Perry McElroy Walla Walla, Wash. 

Draper, Vernon Thomas Price 

Edvalson, Carl Ronald Ogden 

Jones, Eugene Lee Montpelier, Ida. 

McGarry, Larry K Richfield 



Moesser, Kent L Etna, Wyo. 

Morgan, Jerrold R Sandy 

Nolen, Phillip Wayne San Diego, Calif. 

Payne, G. Barton Santa Barbara, Calif. 

Saxer, Alton H Los Alamitos, Calif. 

Tucker, Hal Whittier Morgan 

Young, Jerry S Idaho Falls, Ida. 



Economics 



Bachelor of Arts 

Jeppson, Calvin W Brigham City 

Liechty, Victor Jay Springville 



Taylor, Vaughn Milton 
Wright, Don Collins II . 



Welling, Alta., Canada 
Glendale, Calif. 



Bachelor of Science 

Brown, Richard A Bremerton, Wash. 

Currier, Carlton James Trail, B. C, Canada 

Dupaix, Melvin Miles Huntington Park, Calif. 



Smith, Phil McFate Ogden 

Thatcher, David Weston Provo 

Wittmayer, Theodore Lodi, Calif. 



Fincmce and Banking 



Bachelor of Arts 

Bennett, David Milner Salt Lake City 

Hardy, Richard C Las Vegas, Nev. 

Lewis, Mark L Petaluma, Calif. 



Reynolds, Allen Clair .... 
Richmond, Lloyd Harold 



Beaver 

Phoenix, Ariz. 



Bachelor of Science 

Carter, George Ross Provo 

Evans, Earl Andrew, Jr Las Vegas, Nev. 

Gresham, Kenneth E Coos Bay, Ore. 

Menderihall, Robert Lovell Stockton, Calif. 

Penrose, Charles William Salt Lake City 



Perkins, James Adams Blanding 

Taylor, Cornell D Boise, Ida. 

Thomas, Gordon Max Spanish Fork 

Uyehara, Robert K Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii 

Weidner, Leo Albert Portland, Ore. 



Industrial Management 



Bachelor of Arts 

Lundberg, Don Charles Woodacres, Md. 



Bachelor of Science 

Abbott, Duane Ronald Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Ahlstrom, Marvell Neilson Redondo Beach, Calif. 

Albiston, Stanley G Kamloops, B. C, Canada 

Ashby, Gordon Thomas Hillsborough, Calif. 

Belnap, Ronald Foster Ogden 

Borden, Edward Eugene Schenectady, N. Y. 

Casper, Marvin Dee Provo 

Ellis, John McKie Palestine, Texas 

Halliday, Ernest Robison Mesa, Ariz. 

Hansen, Richard Ray San Mateo, Calif. 

Harper, Darrel Albert Mesa, Ariz. 

Hayden, Wayne Elza American Fork 



Hyde, Donald R Swan Lake, Ida. 

Johnson, Kenneth Wayne Jerome, Ida. 

Klenk, Buddy Donald Provo 

Oberhansley, Reid B Spanish Fork 

Olson, Robert Dan Sheridan, Wyo. 

Robinson, Curtis E Tacoma, Wash. 

Sharp, Jerold Lon Boise, Ida. 

Smith, Steven H Rubert, Ida. 

Stanford, Ralph C Los Angeles, Calif. 

Syrett, Ruben Douglas Panguitch 

Van Dyke, Que Morrell Provo 

Wray, Gerald N Irwin, Ida. 



Marketing 



Bachelor of Arts 

Gygi, Wayne Vance Salt Lake City 



Oliver, Howard Gordon Lethbridge, Alta., Canada 



Bachelor of Science 

Brandt, William E., Jr Pleasant Grove 

Brown, Ronald Kay Atlanta, Ga. 

Brown, Steven L Denver, Colo. 

Cena, Robert Eugene Castro Valley, Calif. 

Christensen, Duane Gene Seattle, Wash. 

Doxey, Roger Watson Salt Lake City 

Flanary, Paul Eugene Nyssa, Ore. 

Fujita, Wilfred Susumu Honolulu, Hawaii 



Mathis, John S Price 

Miner, David Lee Springville 

Mitchell, Karl Clark Parowan 

Nelson, Gordon B Provo 

Neser, Paul I Los Angeles, Calif. 

Pearson, Rikard D Richfield 

Robins, Raymond Claude Fillmore 

Winkelman, Walt W Salt Lake City 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



Elementary Instruction 



Bachelor of Arts 

Anderson, Lynne American Fork 

Argyle, Sonja Lee El Monte, Calif. 

Barry, Barbara Jean Long Beach, Calif. 

Bean, Deon Twin Falls, Ida. 

Beard, Betty Bott Brigham City 

Brim, Beulah Downey, Ida. 

Burnside, Afton Provo 

Burrup, Kaye Larue Provo 

Call, Margie Las Vegas, Nev. 

Crystal, Doris Olive Pleasant Grove 



Flake, Leona Snowflake, Ariz. 

Jarman, Karen Berkeley, Calif. 

Lundell, Connie Vernal 

Mayberry, Orlene Lois Ogden 

Park, Ivan J Murray 

Raile, Frederick Newell Whittier, Calif. 

Russell, Chyrl Ann Los Angeles, Calif. 

Taylor, Gwendolyn Kay Lewisburg, W. Va. 

Tippets, Tamara Thermopolis, Wyo. 

Waldvogel, Caryl Ann Bensenville, 111. 



Bachelor of Science 

Anderson, Kathleen R American Fork 

Anderson, Gayle Carol San Francisco, Calif. 

Anderson, Janet Arm Orem 

Anderson, Marie R Midvale 

Argyle, Philip Frank Spanish Fork 

Argyle, Sterling C Spanish Fork 

Arney, Betty Chloe Globe, Ariz. 

Atwooid, Marguretta Salem, Ore. 

Austin, Nancy Elliott Salt Lake City 

Babcock, Sallee Marie Perris, Calif. 

Baker, Susan Whittier, Calif. 

Barnes, Joanne Arco, Ida. 

Barrow, Klee Tracy, Calif. 

Barrus, Larue Sugar City, Ida. 

Bennett, Hope Hilton Hinckley 

Bennion, Carol Joan Portland, Ore. 

Berryhill, Marilyn Lee Spring Valley, Ohio 

Beutel, Anna Johan Miami, Ariz. 

Black, Arlene Ft. Worth, Texas 

Blackhurst, Colleen Pleasant Grove 

Blodgett, Joan Carolyn Salt Lake City 

Bloomfield, Beverly Bylas, Ariz. 

Booth, Beverly Ann Orem 

Borrowman, Geneva Jensen Blackfoot, Ida 

Bowers, Claudia Rose Alena L Eager, Ariz. 

Brown, Ann LaRay Coalville 

Brown, Kay Highland, Calif. 

Brown, Nancy Burton Bend, Ore. 

Bundock, Nancy Sonja Ashland, Ore. 

Burke, Isabelle Jean Eielson, AFB, Alaska 

Burnett, Joyce Norine Ogden 

Carlile, Garvin Earl Heber 

Carling, Marlena Mae Oasis 

Carlston, Kathryn Fairview 

Carr, Patricia Janelle Oakland, Calif. 

Chamberlain, Fae Donna Orderville 

Christensen, Celia Joy Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Christensen, Phoebe Rich Driggs, Ida. 

Chun, Maizie Ululani Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii 

Corak, Eva Marlene Midvale 

Cordon, Patti Kay Phoenix, Ariz. 

Cornwall, Mary Ellen Clayton, N. Mex. 

Cox, Sharron Salt Lake City 

Crose, Carrol Louise Long Beach, Calif. 

Daniels, Donna May Caldwell, Ida. 



Davis, Betty Fay Magna 

Day, Wilma Mickelsen Draper 

Debloois, Betty Gene Holden 

Dehart, Ardell R Payson 

Delaney, Elva H Driggs, Ida. 

Dewey, Patricia Boise, Ida. 

Dixon, Karen Provo 

Dredge, Jesse R., Jr Malad, Ida. 

Drew, Lamar H American Fork 

Dunn, Patricia E Englewood, Colo. 

Dupaix, Carol Jean Parma, Ohio 

Ellsworth, Eloise Pima, Ariz. 

Empey, William Jerry St. George 

Enos, Arthur Keawe Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 

Enos, Mildred Ah Nee Pahoa, Hawaii 

Erickson, JoAnn T Fremont 

Field, Carol Gleason Provo 

Fielding, Dorothy Stratton Provo 

Fischer, Margaret Ann T Cincinnati, Ohio 

Francis, Jane Ann Spanish Fork 

Fullmer, Lorna Little Tetonia, Ida. 

Fullmer, Robert Leon Payson 

Gagon, Gale Provo 

Gale, Ramona Pratt Chihuahua, Chih., Mexico 

Gardner, Sherril Lund, Nev. 

Gee, Janet Anne Glendale, Calif. 

Giles, Kathleen Hooper 

Graham, Glenda Draper 

Gummow, John Fred Burley, Ida. 

Hackney, Kay Elaine Morehead, Ky. 

Halliday, Carol Flora Provo 

Hamilton, Marilyn Sugar City, Ida. 

Hansen, Arda Ann Centerfield 

Hansen, Ned H Spanish Fork 

Harley, Marilyn Ballard Great Falls, Mont. 

Hastings, Jessie N Victor, Ida. 

Hausknecht, Jeanne Bingham Canyon 

Hawkins, Norine Aurora, Colo. 

Haycock, Janet San Leandro, Calif. 

Hemsley, Nada Rexburg, Ida. 

Herron, Jack Richard Kalispell, Mont. 

Holley, Laurie Dea T Cannonville 

Huntsman, June Sprague Pleasant Grove 

Irvin, Nancy Adele Long Beach, Calif. 

James, Sharon Los Angeles, Calif. 



Javadi, Marjorie Guest Darlington, S. C. 

Jennings, Melissa Louise Medford, Ore. 

Jensen, David Byron Orem 

Johnson, Donna Jewel Phoenix, Ariz. 

Johnson, Kay Irene Provo 

Jones, Ada Ruth Chandler, Ariz. 

Jones, Norryn Mary Inglewood, Calif. 

Kahuena, Margaret Kahailani Kamuela, Hawaii 

Kaufman, Vivian Hornych Groveton, Pa. 

Kawai, Veda Claire Pasadena, Calif. 

Kearsley, Phyllis H Victor, Ida. 

Kendall, Dorothy Mae Weiser, Ida. 

King, Lougene Moore, Ida. 

King, Peggy Ramona Tulelake, Calif. 

Kresge, Phyllis Arlene Elniira, N. Y. 

Larsen, Arlene Joan Nampa, Ida. 

Larsen, V. Blain Springville 

Leishman, Karen Provo 

Lofthouse, Wilma L Tetonia, Ida. 

Lookinland, Karen McKinney Spring City 

Lum, Lorene Lai Ping Honolulu, Hawaii 

Matson, Kathryn Ann Truckee, Calif. 

McAllister, Joyce Jackson Kanab 

McCormick, Marilynn American Fork 

McKnight, Eve Laurette Minersville 

Millar, Marilyn Yvonne Pleasant Grove 

Miller, Corena Portland, Ore. 

Miller, Isabelle Ririe, Ida. 

Miller, Lewis Paul Manti 

Miller, Sylvia Bishop Hinckley 

Millett, Donna Elaine San Bernardino, Calif. 

Miner, Edith Hillman Driggs, Ida. 

Moody, John Duane Delta 

Moore, Georgie Helene Bountiful 

Morgan, Carolyn Ovid, Ida. 

Mott, Jacqueline Provo 

Muirbrook, Earlene Hawkins Provo 

Nelson, Baunie Jean Francom Salt Lake City 

Nicholson, Donna Belle Provo 

Norman, Mary Jean Whittier, Calif. 

Nuttall, Carol Vera Provo 

Nutter, Diana Geneva Corona, Calif. 

Osborn, William Dale South Gate, Calif. 

Pace, Kaye Cowley Baltimore, Md. 

Parkinson, Jerrolyn Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Paschal, Julie Rae Annabella 

Pedersen, Sandra Orem 

Peterson, Martha Bonita Hooper 

Pezoldt, Eleanor Elizabeth Stockton, Calif. 

Pike, Carol Joan Brawley, Calif. 

Pincock, Beverly Sugar City, Ida. 

Pinster, William C Cascadia, Ore. 

Pointer, Ethel St. George 

Fommerville, Winelle Los Angeles, Calif. 

Posey, Charlotte Ann Longview, Texas 

Prince, Carma Rene Orem 

Pugmire, Patricia Pocatello, Ida. 

Ramsey, Marilyn American Fork 

Rands, Ellen Rencher Eagar, Ariz. 

Rich, Sherron Emmett, Ida. 

Ricks, Fern D Rexburg, Ida. 

Riding, Ronald Edwin Pioche, Nev. 

Ritz, Myrna Pedersen Astoria, Ore. 

Roberts, Violet Bartschi Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Robertson, Mildren Ramona Richmond, Va. 



Robinson, ReNell Freedom, Wyo. 

Robison, Charole L Thornton, Ida. 

Rogers, Elizabeth Anne Fairhaven, Mass. 

Rutz, Mary Ann Portland, Ore. 

Sabey, Linda Midvale 

Salisbury, Ranae Emma Murray 

Schempp, Mildred Lois Mesa, Ariz. 

Schipper, Donna Mae San Leandro, Calif. 

Schlappi, Edith Petersen Hinckley 

Schlappi, Lloyd Kent Delta 

Shawcroft, Bessie Ann Alamosa, Colo. 

Shirts, Addie Uwarda Portland, Ore. 

Short, Marjory Gertrude Provo 

Shumway, Carmen St. Johns, Ariz. 

Shumway, Ruth Fox Elk Grove, Calif. 

Shurtliff, Myrna Overton, Nev. 

Simonis, Arlene Ruth La Grande, Ore. 

Sims, Patricia Jane Marianna, Fla. 

Skinner, Velda Safford, Ariz. 

Smith, Betty Lehi 

Smith, Edward W American Fork 

Smith, Evelyn Walnut Creek, Cali.f 

Smith, Lawrence Eugene San Lorenzo, Calif. 

Snell, Jacqueline Magna 

Snow, Annette St. George 

Sorensen, Hazel Driggs, Ida. 

Sorenson, Emma Jean Roseville, Calif. 

Stanfield, Kay Rulene Ogden 

Stibal, Evelyn F Roberts, Ida. 

Stone, Nancy Victor, Ida. 

Stratford, Karlene Bernice Ogden 

Strong, June Driggs, Ida. 

Tannler, Phyllis Ann Portland, Ore. 

Tarwater, Edra Anne Chandler, Ariz. 

Taylor, Bonnie Jeanne El Paso, Texas 

Tenney, Sally Richter Dallas, Texas 

Tewanema, Harvey Winslow, Ariz. 

Thompson, Lorna J Mt. View, Alta., Canada 

Thornley, Sharon Harlem, Mont. 

Thueson, Karla Ann Twin Falls, Ida. 

Tidd, Maude Partridge Orem 

Timms, Dixie Renee Los Angeles, Calif. 

Tolman, Dee Ann Bountiful 

Tolson, Melba Virginia Charlotte, N. C. 

Troen, Roger Smith Portland, Ore. 

Vallozzi, Rosina Elizabeth Los Angeles, Calif. 

Van Leuven, Janet Springville 

Waddoups, Sara Anne Honolulu, Hawaii 

Wade, Evanell Bountiful 

Wallace, Joan Price 

Webb, Irene Mesa, Ariz. 

Webb, Karen Provo 

Webber, Renata Pace Nucla, Colo. 

White, Clarelyn Mesa, Ariz. 

Whiting, Marjorie Jo Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Whitmore, Helen Jeanette Magna 

Wilberg, Wynona Ann Castle Dale 

Williams, Joyce Arlene Clearfield 

Williams, Ruth Ann Harker Lewisville, Ida. 

Winegar, Eleta C Salt Lake City 

Wiscombe, Anne Springville 

Yorgason, Lorelle Otto, Wyo. 

Young, Sondra Elaine North Hollywood, Calif. 

Zander, Karen Patricia Waupun, Wis. 



Secondary Instruction 



Bachelor of Arts 

Anderson, Max G Corrinne 

Dietrich, Ernest J Emmett, Ida. 



Heninger, Brent Elliot Clearfield 



Bachelor of Science 

Abplanalp, Delloy Orval Vernal 

Adams, Maxine Poulton Oakley, Ida. 



Alder, Lillie Lola Weiser, Ida. 

Andelin, Leslie Hart Idaho Falls, Ida. 



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Anderson, Sue Marie Safford, Ariz. 

Andrus, Floyd William El Paso, Texas 

Beers, Monte D Pleasant Grove 

Benson, Lynn H Ogden 

Bills, Ronald H Spanish Fork 

Blakely, Robert G Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Boynton, Leo G Sandy 

Bradfield, Terry Vern Scipio 

Brown, Charles Ray Whittier, Calif. 

Burrell, Gordon Knight Ogden 

Burton, Thomas R Ogden 

Condie, Arthur Packard Springville 

Cook, Boyd Garner Ogden 

Davis, Ronald Mitchell Provo 

Dayley, Alan Jay Ogden 

Dean, Lamar Dalby Levan 

Echols, Robert Lee, Jr Phoenix, Ariz. 

Ferre, Cal M Santaquin 

Ferrell, Ila Kay Ogden 

Floyd, Clettis Earl Booneville, Miss. 

Gallup, Norman Ray Venice, Calif. 

Gardner, Alan Williams Spanish Fork 

Greenwood, Noal Thomas Sandy 

Hanson, Craig Alfred South Pasadena, Calif. 

Harmon, Dell Tolman Provo 

Healy, Jay B Orem 

Henrietty, Thomas A Gaylord, Mich. 

Hepworth, Clarence Willis, Jr Magna 

Hirschi, Max G Brigham City 

Hogensen, Gary Jay Ogden 

Howell, Leland H Ogden 

Hughes, Gerald Jay Jackson, Wyo. 

Johnson, Royce C Aurora 

Jorgensen, William Floyd Castle Dale 

King, Roger Dean St. Charles, Mo. 

Knight, Darrell Oswell La Mesa, Calif. 

Knight, James Allen Vernal 

Knudsen, Wendell W Farmington, N. Mex. 

Kotter, Verle Glen Shelley, Ida. 

Labree, Raymond Edwin Guilford, Maine 



Leifson, Jack Waldo Spanish Fork 

Leydsman, Henry Union, N. J. 

Littlefield, Kenneth Provo 

Lunt, Spencer M Honolulu, Hawaii 

MacArthur, Douglas Ogden 

Manning, Neil Harry Lehi 

Masada, H. Jerry Lanai City, Lanai, Hawaii 

Moss, Lorenzo Clyde Woods Cross 

Mower, Virginia Lane Anderson Fairview 

Neser, Gerald Otto Los Angeles, Calif. 

Nielsen, Franklin Ole St. Johns, Ariz. 

Nielson, Charles F Monroe 

Ogden, Devon Morris Richfield 

Paulsen, George LaRell _ Ephraim 

Pippert, John Halvorsen Sacramento, Calif. 

Porter, James LaVar Delta 

Pratt, Edna Gail Honolulu, Hawaii 

Read, Robert Leon Sherman Oaks, Calif. 

Rodeback, Wilbur Ray Vernal 

Sanderson, James W Nampa, Ida. 

Sharp, Barbara Jeanesse Anchorage, Alaska 

Shirley, Rowan Dee Gilmer, Texas 

Skeen, James F Nyssa, Ore. 

Sobers, Richard Vallejo, Calif. 

Sorensen, Joane Salt Lake City 

Stringham, Murray H Cardston, Alta., Canada 

Swinburne, Robert D. Cleveland 

Tate, Roland Ray Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Tebbs, Douglas Clark Panguitch 

Thomas, Darrell Barnett Spanish Fork 

Tillman, Chester Earl Gainesville, Fla. 

Verdoorn, Joan L. Soule Delmar, N. Y. 

Wade, Diane Daniels Long Beach, Calif. 

Webster, Mark Eldon Cedar City 

Whittaker, Clyde Dalton Circleville 

Willes, Frank Jesse Babbitt, Nev. 

Wilson, Wayne Paxton Provo 

Wood, Gary Zang, Jr Farmington, N. Mex. 

Workman, Vena May St. George 

Wrigley, Karl A Burley, Ida. 



COLLEGE OF FAMILY LIVING 
Clothing and Textiles 



Bachelor of Science 

Crapo, Valeria Hatch Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Goodson, Klea Carolyn Los Angeles, Calif. 

Herrin, Luhuana Allen Artesia, • Calif . 

Inskeep, Bonnie Jean Fallon, Nev. 



Markstaller, Jan H Portland, Ore. 

Michie, Carol Charleston 

Wright, Pauline Shaker Heights, Ohio 



Economics and Management of the Home 



Bachelor of Science 

Lewis, Loya Jean Chicago, 111. 

Family Living, General 



Bachelor of Science 

McBride, Deanna 

Food and Nutrition 



Boise, Ida. 



Payne, Marlene Alcorn El Monte, Calif. 



Bachelor of Science 

Cluff, Wanda Farmington, N. Mex. 

McDermott, Naomi Salt Lake City 

Nakashima, Donna Shimoda Salt Lake City 



Schloss, Margaret Anne J Kansas City, Kas. 

Young, Alice Kathleen Chambers, Ariz. 



Homemaking Education 



Bachelor of Arts 



McCune, Jeanne Fillmore 

Millar, Norma Jeanne Shelley, Ida. 



Smithson, Rhoda Scottsdale, Ariz. 



Bachelor of Science 

Atwood, Mary Deliah Pleasant Grove 

Bird, Donna Los Angeles, Calif. 

Burton, Beverly Anne Neersville, Va. 

Crismon, Carole Irene Mesa, Ariz. 

Dewey, Lareine Boise, Ida. 

Dory, Deanna Queen Creek, Ariz. 

Grant, Deanna Lillie American Fork 

Hansen, Sandra Knudson Brigham City 

Kohler, Carol LaRae Midway 

Lee, Dixie Heber 

Merrill, Lura Mae Salt Lake City 



Nelson, Barbarajean Phoenix, Ariz. 

Otterson, Jean Daniels Bellflower, Calif. 

Poulson, Jennie Lin Provo 

Richins, Beverly Duncan, Ariz. 

Robertson, Marilyn Los Angeles, Calif. 

Schmidt, Rosemarie West Jordan 

Sorensen, Corinne Elko, Nev. 

Sorensen, Roberta Ann Alhambra, Calif. 

Stones, Barbara T Downey, Ida. 

Taylor, Nancy Tanner Boise, Ida. 

Watson, Mary Etta Inglewood, Calif. 



Human Development and Family Relationships 



Bachelor of Arts 
Smith, Colleen Bates 



Whittier, Calif. 



Bachelor of Science 

Anderson, Marian Faye American Fork 

Baker, Evalyn Provo 

Brimhall, Janelle Provo 

Clarke, Gail Morrow Alhambra, Calif. 

Dreith, Margery Ann Long Beach, Calif. 

Edwards, Elaine Belle Fourche, S. Dak. 

Engebretsen, Louise P Seattle, Wash. 

Glenn, Darlene Anaheim, Calif. 

Godfrey, Eva Louise Richmond 

James, Cheril Provo 

Lee, James Morgan Farmington, N. Mex. 



Lillywhite, Karen Los Angeles, Calif. 

Losee, Patricia Joy Provo 

Lundberg, Jane Lucille Pack Blackfoot, Ida. 

Miller, Alene Provo 

Murphy, Myma Jean Spanish Fork 

Nielson, Susan Linda Lynndyl 

Pickering, Lorna Kathleen Montrose, Calif. 

Ream, Winston Dale Dingle, Ida. 

Seeley, JoAnn L. Larsen Preston, Ida. 

Smith, Janice Ann Woodburn, Ore. 



COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS 
Art 



Bachelor of Arts 

Beazer, Gaylen Mark Lorenzo, Ida. 

Gudmundsen, Ruth Inglewood, Calif. 

Hall, Leo Dan Nampa, Ida. 

Lewis, Anthon H Farmington, N. Mex. 

Lowry, Pauline Ojai, Calif. 



Miller, Marshall Lee Castle Gate 

Pace, Ralph Walter St. George 

Scott, Jasper Denis American Fork 

Seymour. Karen Margot Stockton, Calif. 



Bachelor of Science 

Coleman, Doreen Mar Vista, Calif 

Frederickson, William E., Jr Springville 

Jolley, Donal C Boulder City, Nev. 



Martin, James William Diamond Springs, Calif. 

Willden, Jerome R Salt Lake City 



Music Education 



Bachelor of Arts 

Black, Marcia Boise, Ida. 

Blinco, Eugene Loyal Salt Lake City 

Hadley, Darrell L Emmett, Ida. 

Larsen, Milton Hansen Provo 



Madsen, Clifford K Price 

Stanfield, Ruth Bellflower, Calif. 

Stroble, Carita Lu Boone, Iowa 

Wilcox, Marion Fern Huntington Park, Calif. 



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Bachelor of Science 

Dagrade, Marvin Donald Ursine, Nev. 

Holman, Sharon Alice McGill, Nev. 

Jenkins, Marvin L Nampa, Ida. 

Jensen, Eugene Paul Orem 

Music 

Bachelor of Arts 

Allen, Barbara Provo 

Beauregard, Cherry N Fillmore 

Bachelor of Science 

Shumway, Marlene St. Johns, Ariz. 

Speech Correction 

Bachelor of Science 

Bown, Jesse Clinton, Jr Provo 



Levar, Lila Lee Tavares, Fla. 

Mortensen, Paul Holden Springville 

Shumway, Margene Petersen Salina 



Lile, John Clayton North Platte, Nebr. 

Vanderford, Lee Ann Stockton, Calif. 



Rowley, Rodney Ray Parowan 



Speech Therapy 

Bachelor of Arts 

Dudley Winone T New Westminster, B. C, Canada 

Bachelor of Science 

Clarke, Marilyn Tuckett American Fork 

Nelson, Charlotte Martha Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Speech 

Bachelor of Arts 

Adams, Martha Carolyn Montpelier, Ida. 

Frost, Merrill Franklin Denver, Colo. 

Heileson, Sara Lee Tetonia, Ida. 

Bachelor of Science 

Baddley, Robert R Pasadena, Calif. 

Beachler, Bette Lou Kemmerer, Wyo. 

Davis, Kathryn Kay Harris Evanston, Wyo. 

Dike, Gail Walker Reno, Nev. 

Gailey, A. Varney San Diego, Calif. 



Ptomey, Nancy Lynne Akron, Ohio 



Kolehmainen, Terttu Annikki Leppavirta, Finland 

Olauson, Judith Louise Chula Vista, Calif. 

Stone, Thomas Robert Piedmont, Calif. 

Gilbert, Reta Alice Princeton, B.C., Canada 

Hinckley, Ira Lee Boise, Ida. 

McCandless, William Edward Huntington 

Olauson, Clarence Ronald Salt Lake City 

Reid, Amy Yvonne Idaho Falls, Ida. 



GENERAL COLLEGE 
Industrial Education 

Bachelor of Science 

Anderson, Oscar Gene Fillmore 

Arbon, Lloyd Earl Salt Lake City 

Bayles, Finley H Blanding 

Brady, Lawrence C Redondo Beach, Calif. 

Chournos, George Russell Tremonton 

Clayson, Elmo Anthon Spanish Fork 



Dawson, Kenneth Edsel Henefer 

Harris, Reynold Paul Pleasant Grove 

Hitesman, Ferrell J Tooele 

McAllister, Myron Robinson San Jose, Calif. 

Peterson, Charles L Lehi 

Smith, Dean T Cowley, Wyo. 

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COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 



Archaeology 



Bachelor of Arts 

Green, Dee Forace . 



Salt Lake City 



Sherry, Claude Joel Provo 



Bachelor of Science 

Jones, Carl Hugh 



Wolcott, N.Y. 



English 



Bachelor of Arts 

Bell, Carolyn Kyle Grantsville 

Bradford, Nancy Ann Oxnard, Calif. 

Chandler, Helen Constance Salt Lake City 

Conway, William David Craig, Colo. 

Cunningham, Marilyn Gail Gallup, N. Mex. 

Finlinson, Arline R Provo 

Hunt, Bernarr Parley Sacramento, Calif. 

Johnston, Olive Patricia Provo 

Keller, Marcia Mink Creek, Ida. 

Norton, Don Evan, Jr Burley, Ida. 



Read, Lenet Hadley Blackfoot, Ida. 

Riggs, Abbie Lee Eugene, Ore. 

Shumway, Jerry A Provo 

Taylor, Josephine Crandall Provo 

Thomas, Gordon Kent Short Hills, N. J. 

Thompson, Ralph Wayne San Mateo, Calif. 

Tippets, Marylee Provo 

Woods, Elva Janice Charleston Height, S. C. 

Woodward, Marilyn Irene Seattle, Wash. 



Bachelor of Science 

Brown, Sheryll Smith Provo 

Finlinson, Vance J Oak City 

Fye, Rodney W Salt Lake City 



Hendricks, Edgar Eugene, Jr Chico, Calif. 

McAllister, Lawrence B Kanab 

Stires, David Warfield Malvern, Ohio 



Geography 



Bachelor of Arts 

Dam, Ingrid Elisabeth . 

Bachelor of Science 



Cox, Gary Everett . 
Greenwood, Ned H. 



Rungsted Kyst, Denmark 



Wendell, Ida. 
.. Eagar, Ariz. 



Forsyth, Ward R Fremont 



Sheriff, Scott L 

Taylor, Clarence R. 



Oak City 

Chico, Calif. 



History 



Bachelor of Arts 

Braithwaite, John Andrew Ephraim 

Dixon, Ronald Olson Falls Church, Va. 

Knauer, Rolf Henry Iwestphalia, Germany 

Peterson, John Delon Castle Dale 

Radichel, Richard E New York, N. Y. 

Bachelor of Science 

Bush, Douglas P Rosemead, Calif. 

Cornelius, Don E Ronan, Mont. 

Fishbum, Jerry Raymond Ogden 

Florian, Nancy Bowers Salt Lake City 

Fortress, Edwina Lee Vallecito, Calif. 

Hamilton, Larry Gene Walnut Creek, Calif. 

Hatch, Orrin Grant Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Hatch, Robert Duane Bountiful 

Johnson, Paul Kent Spanish Fork 

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Schulzke, Ernest Frederick H Toronto, Ont., Canada 

Taylor, Ann Piedmont, Calif. 

Wittorf, Robert New York, N. Y. 

Wuerth, Dieter Tacoma, Wash. 



Kirkendall, Hugh R., Jr Dragerton 

Lilly, Norman Gene Beckley, W. Va. 

Osmond, Ralph Waldo Oakland, Calif. 

Owen, Lyle Chester Kennewich, Wash. 

Riggs, Ursel Lynn Rigby, Ida. 

Rile, Joseph Eldon Twin Falls, Ida. 

Roush, Robert R Dillon, Colo. 

Simmons, Edward James Bloomington, 111. 



Journalism 



Bachelor of Arts 

Day, John Laurence 



Idaho Falls, Ida. 



Bachelor of Science 

Barnum, Deanna Orem 

Farnsworth, Clyde Ray Ely, Nev. 

Gieck, Fred Gary Boulder City, Nev. 

Harrison, Carolyn Lucille Lund, Nev. 

Lee, Sally Ann Palo Alto, Calif. 



Harker, Gary Lee Glenwood, Alta., Canada 



Miner, Alan Edward Grantsville 

Pearce, Douglas Nelson St. George 

Whipple, Carolynn Ogden 

Wilkinson, Clifton B Coalville 



Modem Languages 



French 

Bachelor of Arts 

Bullock, Gerald Alvin Welling, Alta., Canada 

Butler, A. Bay Richfield 

Dittus, Hildegarde E Fargo, N.D. 

German 

Bachelor of Arts 

Hammond, Samuel Jensen Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Holden, Richard C La Cres, Calif. 

Jacobs, Margaret Alberta Provo 

Latin 

Bachelor of Arts 

Stevens, Patricia Anne Greensboro, N. C. 

Spanish 

Bachelor of Arts 

Aragon, Jesus Antonio, Jr Chihuahua, Mexico 

Hale, Gerald Ardell Eagar, Ariz. 

Haws, Gary L Vernal 



Marsh, Mary Jo Ann Springville 

Smith, Gordon Delbert Portland, Ore. 



Mussler, Hans Karl Badhomburg, Germany 

Schulzke, Astrid M Toronto, Ont., Canada 



Jennings, Glenna Deane Boise, Ida. 

McKee, Trevor Ronald Colton, Calif. 



Political Science 



Bachelor of Arts 

Barkdull, Franklin Delano Pocatello, Ida. 

Coffman, Gordon C Salt Lake City 

Duffin, Rey LaMar Tooele 

Ellsworth, D. Kirk Payson 

Greer, Deon Carr Provo 

Bachelor of Science 

Baker, Dennis Michael Nampa, Ida. 

Biddulph, Howard Lowel Rexburg, Ida. 

Call, James Richard Oildale, Calif. 

Conger, Gordon Gene Seattle, Wash. 

Du Pont, Clyde S Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaii 

Engle, Ira, Jr Seymour, Conn. 

Frederickson, Horace G Twin Falls, Ida. 

Martin, Arthur Keith Short Hills, N. J. 

Melendez, David Rexburg, Ida. 

Nebeker, Nevelle Owen II Pasadena, Calif. 

Orton, Frederick L Sidney, Iowa 



Jones, Charles Edward Lethbridge, Alta., Canada 

Lundberg, Endfred Jon Oakland, Calif. 

Mackay, Ian W Tujunga, Calif. 

May, Frank Reid Caldwell, Ida. 

Sorensen, Jeremy Charles Burbank, Calif. 



Quinn, Thomas A Greenwich, Conn. 

Rawlings, James Lester, Jr Rock Springs, Wyo. 

Robertson, Gary Evan Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Sellers, Keith L Rexburg, Ida. 

Taylor, Stanley Armond Provo 

Turner, Charles Whitaker Los Angeles, Calif. 

Wade, Alton LaVar Fillmore 

Wemz, Therald Albert Provo 

White, Quentin H American Fork 

Wilson, Kay Harris American Fork 



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Psychology 



Bachelor of Arts 

Ballif, H. Maurice 

Heath, Charles William 



Boise, Ida. 

San Bernardino, Calif. 



Holmstead, R. Kay Lehi 

Paul, Dewitt Jay Montclair, N. J. 



Bachelor of Science 

Atwood, Robert W Spanish Fork 

Broman, David Gary Cincinnatti, Ohio 

Converse, Roger F., Jr Denville, N. J. 

Fairbanks, Grant Smith Salt Lake City 

Hamilton, Annie Belle Hyde Park 

Hogge, Rollin Byron Elko, Nev. 

Kaufman, Francis Eugene Bellevue, Nebr. 

Miller, Richard K Elmhurst, 111. 

Moore, Sharon Deanna Los Angeles, Calif. 

O'Brien, Roger Stanley Ouray, Colo. 

Palmer, Kenley C Kaysville 



Reber, Dennis Mesquite, Nev. 

Renshaw, Gerald Oakland, Calif. 

Rowland, Guy Lund Gretna, Va. 

Slater, Cleo Yvonne Yerington, Nev. 

Stimpson, David Vern Prove 

Stine, Alan Langlois Ogden 

Todd, Sally McClay Oakland, Calif. 

Woerner, Gary Carl Laguna Beach, Calif. 

Woodring, Thomas M Santa Barbara, Calif. 

Wootton, Devere Gareth American Fork 



Sociology 



Bachelor of Arts 

Bentley, Joseph Charles Provo 

Keppner, Mary Dawn Rexburg, Ida. 

Livingston, Adele Hepburn No. Hollywood, Calif. 



Millward, Frank C, Jr Berkeley, Calif. 

Rios, Omar Gustavo Edinburg, Texas 



Bachelor of Science 

Beecroft, Ruth Provo 

Blakely, Lou Ann A Tooele 

Chadwick, Regenia Moody Salt Lake City 

Cooper, James Ervin Knoxville, Tenn. 

Cutchen, Eleanor Faye Dothan, Ala. 

Ericksen, Thomas L Mt. Pleasant 

Erickson, Maynard L Sunnyside 

Garner, Donald Ross Rexburg, Ida. 

Griffiths, R. Wayne Santa Rosa, Calif. 

Harris, Arlen A Ririe, Ida. 

Hess, Avis Marie Ballard Provo 

Hodge, Raymond M Bend, Ore. 

Humphries, Arthur J Salt Lake City 

Jensen, Charles Kent Arcadia 

Kingsbury, Kathryn Elizabeth Salt Lake City 



Lowder, Dixie Dian Homedale, Ida. 

McBride, Davis Owen Boise, Ida. 

Payne, Darrel Le Mar El Monte, Calif. 

Robertson, Joyce Lily Coeur d'Alene, Ida. 

Rogers, Clark Douglas Olympia, Wash. 

Scriver, James W Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Shell, Jack Earl Payson 

Smith, Albert G San Bruno, Calif. 

Stewart, Norma Lee Nampa, Ida. 

Summers, Rita May West Depere, Wis. 

Trease, Jacquelyn Lavon Turlock, Calif. 

Whipple, Cale Sacramento, Calif. 

Widdison, Harold A Helena, Mont. 

Wilcox, Dee Clyde Provo 

Zaret, Ronald Martin Los Angeles, Calif. 



COLLEGE OF NURSING 
Nursing 



Bachelor of Science 

Becker, Janice Barbara Milwaukee, Wis. 

Call, Katherine Groesbeck Springville 

Cheney, Barbara Bend, Ore. 

Christensen, Jolene Salt Lake City 

Clark, Patsy Grace Andersen Pocatello, Ida. 

Cooper, Shirlee Anne Springfield, Ore. 

Comaby, Etholene Burton Talmadge 

Dorgan, Lynette Anderson Provo 

Erskine, June Salt Lake City 

Fletcher, Bonnie Jean Pascagoula, Miss. 

Gundersen, Sherron Gering, Nebr. 

Hacking, Eleanore Claire Vernal 

Hacking, LuJeanne Cedar Fort 

Harper, Kathryn Blackfoot, Ida. 

Jasperson, Janet Goshen 

Jenkins, Judy Beckstead Riverton, 

Jenson, Marilyn Faye Pocatello, Ida. 

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Lewis, Afton Ruth Ramah, N. Mex. 

May, Helen Blackfoot, Ida. 

Nation, Frances Arlene Gurmison 

Okelberry, Eva Pearl Goshen 

Olpin, Violet Heber 

Olson, Carolyn Norma Murray 

Oman, Phyllis Fern Mesilla Park, N. Mex. 

Peterson, Nancy Jean Salt Lake City 

Skousen, Kliena Jean Chandler, Ariz. 

Snarr, Carol Ema Salt Lake City 

Steele, Barbara Rae Hickcox Salt Lake City 

Strong, Genevieve Driggs, Ida. 

Tobler, Zona Arlene Thacker Overton, Nev. 

Wallace, Wanda Driggs, Ida. 

Wilcox, Lu Dean Lehi 

Young, Elizabeth Jean Rosemary, Alta., Canada 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES 



Chemistry 

Bachelor of Arts 

Anderson, Robert DeMar Seattle, Wash. 

Bodily, David Martin Lewiston 

Mangelson, Evan Glen Provo 

Bache/or of Science 

Allphin, Nylen Lee, Jr Lovell, Wyo. 

Budge, Allen Newell Roy 

Davis, Leland Ellis Orem 

Jensen, Robert S Mt. Pleasant 



Schoenhofen, Hans R Trier, Germany 

Weller, Lynn Daniel, Jr Pocatello, Ida. 

Wittorf, John H New York, N. Y. 

Johansen, Gerald Albert Lethbridge, Alta., Canada 

Morrell, Lee Rexburg, Ida. 

Paine, J. Peter Uniondale, N. Y. 

Ward, Ronald W Paradise, Calif. 



Geology 

Bachelor of Arts 

Hodgkinson, Kenneth Allred Orem 

Bachelor of Science 

Canfield, Alan Richard Provo 

Childs, Forrest Barry China Lake, Calif. 

Mathematics 



Pitcher, Max Grow 

Utley, Dwight Willard 



Edmonton, Alta., Canada 
Spanish Fork 



Bachelor of Arts 

Byers, Kenneth W Ontario, Ore. 

Bachelor of Science 

Anderson, Gale Y Pocatello, Ida. 

Binch, Wayne George American Fork 

Bingham, James R Spanish Fork 

Evans, Morgan J Lehi 

Jackson, Weldon Francis Mesa, Ariz. 

Nelson, Alvin John, Jr Moses Lake, Wash. 

Physics 

Bachelor of Arts 

Keller, Elmo A., Jr Preston, Ida. 

Roberts, Richard Arthur Los Angeles, Calif. 

Bachelor of Science 

Allen, Gylan Champ Springville 

Breitenstein, Frank V China Lake, Calif. 

Broadbent, Berne D Provo 

Gordon, David Reed Richland, Wash. 

Green, James Montel II Glendale, Calif. 

Loomis, Jerry Emerson Griswold, Iowa 

Merrill, Ronald B Valpariso, Fla. 

Olpin, Jay Lloyd Provo 

(Five-Yeor Degrees) 

Chemical Engineering Science 

Bachelor of Engineering Science 

Anderson, Robert W Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Craft, Robert Gerald Ontario, Calif. 



Peterson, James LeRoy Provo 

Reeves, Donald L Las Vegas, Nev. 

Rencher, Alvin C St. Johns, Ariz. 

Sharp, Robert M Barboursville, W. Va. 

Walker, Verdon Reed Pleasant Grove 



Twitchell, Ancil LaMar Delta 

Ostler, Earcel Melvin Los Angeles, Calif. 

Peterson, Russell Ellis Franklin, Nebr. 

Strong, Larry M Provo 

Thompson, Edgar Joseph Keams 

Watts, Joseph LaVerne Kirtland, N. Mex. 

White, F. Dean Fruita, Colo. 

Whitmore, Daniel R Waynesboro, Pa. 

Wirrick, Irene Goates Parma, Ida. 



Ellis, Victory Gary 
Grotegut, David A. 



Spanish Fork 
Spanish Fork 



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Hansen, R. Lee Toppenish, Wash. 

Holmes, John Richard Ra3Tnond, Alta., Canada 

Madsen, Ronald D Prove 

McCosh, Leonard William Spokane, Wash. 

Merrill, LaVaun S., Jr Idaho Falls, Ida. 



Page, George Dee Bountiful 

Richards, Nephi J Aetna, Alta., Canada 

Simons, Ronald Budd San Bernardino, Calif. 

Stapleton, William L Woolford, Alta., Canada 



Civil Engineering Science 



Bachelor of Engineering Science 

Gunnell, Robert Dean Soda Springs, Ida. 

Hansen, Stanley D Grace, Ida. 

Harrison, Parry DeLoss Malad, Ida. 

Electrical Engineering Science 



Roper, Laver Llewellyn Westwood, Calif. 

Stephen, Roy McBain Kamloops, B. C, Canada 



Bachelor of Engineering Science 

Bates, Wayne Leslie Los Angeles, Calif. 

Beus, Spencer W Nyssa, Ore. 

Brooksby, Merrill William Fredonia, Ariz. 

Butler, Ervan Henry Eagar, Ariz. 

Davies, Clarence Leland Salt Lake City 

DeLange, Leland Leray Orem 

Dudley, Robert Lie Pocatello, Ida. 

Gifford, Clarence A Olympia, Wash. 

Gingerich, Lamont Spanish Fork 

Hansen, Quince Marion, Jr Snowflake, Ariz. 

Harmer, Don Ludlow Mapleton 

Harris, Ronald Lee Frontier, Wyo. 

Herron, Frank L Cut Bank, Mont. 

Hess, Garth Orofino, Ida. 



Jones, Howard Palmer Malad, Ida. 

Kaleta, Gary Jorden Los Angeles, Calif. 

Kamalu, Rodney Keliiokalani Oahu, Hawaii 

Marchant, Gary Reed Kamas 

Murray, Fancher Martaindale Nephi 

Nelson, Scott Howard Carmen, Ida. 

Newman, WUliam A Springville 

Nybo', Ronald C Salem 

Penfold, Gam Farley Hagerman, Ida. 

Ray, Guy Bumell Mesa, Ariz. 

Roberts, Jack A Sequim, Wash. 

Shipley, Paul Price Mesa, Ariz. 

Sirrine, Edwin Boyd Phoenix, Ariz. 

Smart, Merrill Jay Springville 



Mechanical Engineering Science 



Bachelor of Engineering Science 

Allen, Terry S Winslow, Ariz. 

Barney, William Clive, Jr Alhambra 

Belnap, Richard Duane Ogden 

Clarke, William R Burbank, Calif. 

Covington, Wayne LeRoy Sioux City, Iowa 

Daniels, Neil M St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada 

Davis, Lorin Richard Orem 

Fowkes, Ivar Gene Evanston, Wyo. 

Fox, Harold Chipman Lehi 

Gilger, Lloyd Dwight Las Vegas, Nev. 

Gomm, Kenneth Lester Ogden 

Hegemier, Gilbert Arthur La Canada, Calif. 

Kleinworth, Frank J Winslow, Ariz. 

Kugath, Donald Arthur West Allis, Wis. 



Lunt, Gordon Ray Nephi 

Martindale, David Burley, Ida. 

Matthews, Frank William Boise,, Ida. 

Miles, Joe M Orem 

Nay, Mateland D Sigurd 

Powell, William Carroll Lehi 

Reid, William Vern Greybull, Wyo. 

Rogers, W. Thomas St. Paul, Minn. 

Scott, Leon R Provo 

Slater, Henry Wayne McGill, Nev. 

Thurgood, Jay D Bountiful 

West, Leonard R Pleasant Grove 

Williams, Joseph Victor Price 

Wirrick, Thomas Kay Hood River, Ore. 



COLLEGE OF RECREATION, PHYSICAL AND HEALTH 
EDUCATION, AND ATHLETICS 

Health Education 



Bachelor of Arts 

Sprague, Lois Las Vegas, Nev. 

Bachelor of Science 

Trent, Dennis Wayne Bend, Ore. 

Physical Education 



Bachelor of Arts 

Millett, Richard L Mesa, Ariz. 



Moyes, Leon Roger San Diego, Calif. 



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Bachelor of Science 

Adams, John Harper Lund, Nev. 

Anderson, Joyce Long Beach, Calif. 

Applegate, Thayne R Richfield 

Bateman, Marietta Lee Salt Lake City 

Berg, Kathryn Heber 

Buhler, LeRoy Nile Vale, Ore. 

Condie, Howard Gibson Salt Lake City 

Crowton, David H Orem 

Dayton, Kenna Beth Salt Lake City 

Erickson, Karl Gaylord Boise, Ida. 

Foss, Charleda Belle Coeur d'Alene, Ida. 

Foss, Maralee Coeur d'Alene, Ida. 

Grimmett, Dixie Ann Provo 

Grimmett, Karen Mac Cene Provo 

Hutchison, Wallace W Malta, Ida. 

Jensen, Hal Barclay Axtell 

Johnson, Richard H Compton, Calif. 

Jorgenson, John Craig Kenilworth 

Kimber, Richard Dee Wells, Nev. 

Laub, Marvin J Salt Lake City 

Lewis, Dale A Provo 



Mortensen, Ruthdale Whittier, Calif. 

Nolen, Diane Gates Pasadena, Calif. 

Park, Clifford William Nephi 

Paulson, Donald E Pelican Rapids, Minn. 

Pyper, Idonna Midway 

Reading, Lynn James Murray 

Ricks, Nedra Ann Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Spencer, Lael A Escalante 

Stagg, Marland Ned Vernal 

Startin, Wayne LeRoy Murray 

Stokes, Earl Dean Salmon, Ida. 

Stokes, Mirl Wynn Salmon, Ida. 

Stolworthy, Willard Olson Spanish Fork 

Thacker, Roy Murray Heber City 

Verbanatz, Thomas R Orem 

Waldron, Frederick Glen No. Holly-wood, Calif. 

Wanlass, Geraldine Rodeo, Calif. 

Ward, Georgeanna Jane Twin Falls, Ida. 

Wilcox, Gerald Allen Bridgeport, Nebr. 

Woodworth, Roger F Spokane, Wash. 

Woolley, Diana Tarzana, Calif. 



Youth Leadership 



Bachelor of Science 

Allen, Barnett S Grace, Ida. 



Holman, Albert Norman Pocatello, Ida. 



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MASTER'S DEGREES 
MASTER OF ARTS 



ATKIN, DENNIS H St. George 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 
Major: History 
Minor: Political Science 

Thesis: A History of losepa, the Utah Polynesian 
Colony 

BACON, DORIS M Palo Alto, Calif. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 

Major: Human Development and Family Relationships 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: A Comparative Study in Social Distance Be- 
tween Rural and Urban High School Seniors 
and Their Parents, Peers, Siblings, and Others 

BELL, ELOUISE M Tucson, Ariz. 

B.A. Degree, University of Arizona, 1957 
Major: American Literature 
Minor: English Literature 

Thesis: The American Short Story. 1941-194^; The 
Conversion Theory in Henry James; Poems 

BENSON, RUTH JACQUELINE Silver Sprmg, Md. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 
Major: French Literature 
Minor: English 

Thesis: Qualities of Authentic Tragic Heroism in the 
Plays of Jean Racine 

BISHOP, JOSEPH L Delta 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 

Major: Spanish 

Minor: French Literature 

Thesis: A Comparative Study of the Elements of Chiv- 
alry from the Epics POEMA DEL CID and 
LA CHANSON DE ROLAND 

CONNELL, HAROLD GREGORY Washington, DC. 
B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1954 
Major: Musicology 
Minor: Music Theory 
Thesis: The Five-Part Madrigals of William Byrd 

GARDNER, LYNN J Monterey Park, Calif. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1956 
Major: Spanish 
Minor: English 

Thesis: Idealistic Concepts in the Plays of Jacinto 
Benavente 

GOLIGHTLY, MAX C Preston, Ida. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1950 

Major: Theatre and Dramatic Arts 

Minor: English 

Thesis: The Bilious Carp 



MISBACH, GRAHAM Cottage Grove, Ore. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Speech Correction 
Minor: Psychology 

Thesis: A Study of the Single-Tone Audiometric 
Screening Test in School Testing Programs 

MOON, HAROLD KAY, JR Mesa, Ariz. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Spanish 
Minor: French 

Thesis: An Analysis of Fantasy in the Published 
Dramas of Alejandro Casona 

MUSIG, MORRIS D Salt Lake City 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Design 

Minor: Painting and Sculpture 

Thesis: A Study to Establish Principles for Using 
Plastic Impregnated Glass Fabric as a Sculp- 
ture Material 

ROWAN, NAOMA TEW Provo 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1948 
Major: Personnel and Guidance 
Minor: Elementary Education 

Thesis: A Study of Teachers' Reactions to Problem 
Situations 

SORENSEN, ROGER A Provo 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 
Major: Political Science 
Minor: Economics 

Thesis: Rationalism, Irrationalism, and Freedom— a 
Study of Relationships 

TAKASAKI, FRED YASUO Honolulu, Hawaii 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1954 



Major 
Minor 
Thesis 



Design 

Painting and Sculpture 

A Critical Study of the Management of Art 

Exhibits in the Non-Metropolitan Areas of 

Utah 



THURBER, STANLEY ROY Dingle, Ida. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1954 
Major: Music Theory 
Minor: Applied Music 
Thesis: Sonata for Band 

VANCE, BARBARA J Salt Lake City 

B.A. Degree, University of Utah, 1956 
Major: Human Development and Family Relationships 
Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: Important Problem Areas of Junior High 
School and Senior High School Students 



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MASTER OF ARTS (continued) 



WAHLROOS, ANNA ULLA VIOLA .Helsinki, Finland 
B.S. Degree, Helsingin Kauppakorkeakoulu, 1957 
Major: Journalism 
Minor: Business Management 

Thesis: The Image of Finland in Certain American 
Newspapers and Magazines 

WHIPPLE, WALTER LEROY Long Beach, Calif. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Church History and Philosophy of Religion 
Minor; Scripture 



Thesis: An Analysis of Textual Changes in "The Book 
of Abraham" and in the "Writings of Joseph 
Smith, the Prophet" in the Pearl of Great 
Price 

WIESE, GLEN JAMES Ogden 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 

Major: English Literature 

Minor: American Literature 

Thesis: Causality in the Novels of Thomas Hardy 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



BAILEY, KEITH REED Nephi 

B.S. Degree, University of Utah, 1949 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Elementary Education 

Thesis: A Study Concerning Citizens Committees in 
the Juab and South Sanpete School Districts 

BALLIF, MARK DIXON North Ogden 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Educational Administration 
Thesis: Golf in the High Schools of Utah and Its 
Place in the Physical Education Program 

BLAKE, REED H St. George 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Journalism 
Minor: Sociology 

Thesis: An Analysis of Layout and Content in Con- 
temporary College General Catalogs 

BROWN, WALTER WILLIAM Provo 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1950 
Major: Organic Chemistry 
Minor: Physical and Inorganic Chemistry 
Thesis: An Investigation of Metallic Rhenium, Rhe- 
nium Dioxide and Rhenium Chlorides as 
Catalysts in the Hydrogenation of Certain 
Organic Substrates 

CHRISTENSEN, ROBERT W Ithaca, N.Y. 

B.S. Degree, Cornell University, 1957 
Major: Acoustics 
Minor: Electrical Engineering 

Thesis: An Attack and Decay Amplifier Suitable for 
Use in a Tone Synthesizer 

CROFT, MERLIN RICHARD Pleasant Grove 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1954 

Major: Marketing 

Minor: Economics 

Thesis: A Marketing Survey of Pleasant Grove, Utah, 

With Applications Which May be Applied 

to Other Communities 



CURTIS, DEMAR H Salina 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1956 
Major: Entomology 
Minor: Zoology 

Thesis: A Morphological Study of the External Fe- 
male Genitalia and Spermatheca of Some 
Calendra 

EATOUGH, NORMAN L Provo 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Organic Chemistry 
Minor: Physical Chemistry 

Thesis: The Kinetics of Thermal Decomposition of 
\,l'-Azobutane, 1,1' -Azoisbutane and 2,2'- 
Azobutane 

EDRINGTON, LA MAR KAY Roosevelt 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: History 
Minor: Political Science 

Thesis: A Study of Early Utah-Montana Trade, Trans- 
portation, and Communication 1847-1881 

FOX, ROBERT B Ogden 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 

Major: Personnel and Gudiance 

Minor: Psychology 

Thesis: Hostility and Anxiety Among Juvenile De- 
linquents and Non-Delinquents Who Are Re- 
ceiving Poor Grades in High School 

FUGAL, JOHN PAUL Pleasant Grove 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1948 

Major: Religious Education 

Minor: Church History and Philosophy 

Thesis: An Analysis of the Development and Use of 
Objectives for the Seminary Teachers in the 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 

GIBBONS, NORMAND LEE St. George 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 

Major: Personnel and Guidance 

Minor: Special Education 

Thesis: Negative Feelings Expressed Toward the 

Home and the School by Juvenile Delinquents 

and Non-Delinquents 



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MASTER OF SCIENCE (continued) 



GOODMAN, JOYCE Las Vegas, Nev. 

B.S. Degree, Idaho State University, 1952 

Major: Music Education 

Minor: Education Instruction 

Thesis: Effects of Music on Reading Efficiency 

GROVER, WELLS A Rexburg, Ida. 

B.S. Degree, Ricks College, 1954 

Major: Accounting 

Minor: Political Science 

Thesis: A Study of Property Tax Mill Levy Limita- 
tions on Local Government Units in the State 
of Utah 

HANSEN, HENRY KIMBALL Delta 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Physics 
Minor: Mathematics 

Thesis: A Spectrographic Study of the Eclipsing Bi- 
nary RZ Scuti 

HECHT, HARRY GEORGE Powell, Wyo. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Physical Chemistry 
Minor: General Chemistry 

Thesis: An Investigation of Complex Species in Sil- 
ver Chloride Solutions: L Solubility Measure- 
ments //. Ion Exchange Methods 

JOHANSEN, SHERMAN A Huntsville 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Education Instruction 

Thesis: A Study to Evaluate the Pupil Transportation 
System of the Weber County School District 
and to Formulate Recommendations for the 
Weber County Board of Education 

JOHNSON, DEON Rupert, Ida. 

B.S. Degree, Utah State University, 1954 

Major: Recreation 

Minor: Physical Education 

Thesis: An Evaluation of the Leadership in the Young 
Women's Mutual Improvement Association 
Camping Program in the Stakes of the 
Church of fesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 

LOVELL, MERTON N Oak City 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: History 
Minor: Political Science 

Thesis: foseph R. Walker, Mountain Man and Guide 
of the Ear West 

MILLER, MORGAN LEWIS Manti 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1956 
Ma j or : Bacteriology 
Minor: Chemistry 

Thesis : Effects of Anti-Hematopoetic Agents on Serum 
Bactericidal Activity 



NAYLOR, JAY HARVEY Los Angeles, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Recreation 
Minor: Physical Education 

Thesis: An Analysis of the Leisure Time Activities of 
Brigham Young University Male Students Liv- 
ing on Campus 

NUTTALL, PAUL EVERETT Pacific Grove, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 

Major: Human Development and Family Relationships 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: Comparison of LDS Couples Married in the 
Temple and LDS Couples Not Married in the 
Temple in Respect to Marital Adjustment, 
Feelings of Security, and Empathy 

PENNOCK, ROBERT ELDEN Twin Falls, Ida. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 

Major: Bacteriology 

Minor: Biochemistry 

Thesis: Studies on Phagocyte Migration in Vitro 

POWELL, DEAN KEITH Lehi 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1956 
Major: Economic Geology 
Minor: General Geology 

Thesis : The Geology of Southern House Range, House 
Range, Millard County, Utah 

ROGERS, BARBARA ANNE Monrovia, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Human Development and Family Relationships 
Minor: Sociology 

Thesis: A Study of the Effect a Nursery School Has 
on a child's Social Behavior 

SCHOFIELD, REX J Antioch, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Accounting 
Minor: Economics 

Thesis: Some Methods to Minimize Individual Federal 
Income Tax Liability 

STEEL, HARVEY LAVAR Burley, Ida. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1956 

Major: Painting and Design 

Minor: Sculpture 

Thesis: A Sculptural and Ceramic Mosaic Depicting 

Certain Areas of Contemporary Ceramics in 

America 

TINGEY, GARTH L Springville 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1954 

Major: Physical Chemistry 

Minor: Analytical Inorganic Chemistry 

Thesis: An Investigation of Complex Species in Silver 
Chloride: I. Solubility Measurements II. Ex- 
traction of Molecular Species by a Non-Polar 
Solvent 



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MASTER OF SCIENCE (continued) 



TINGEY, JOSEPH WILLARD Salt Lake City 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 
Ma j or : Philosophy 
Minor: Church History 

Thesis: An Explication of Some Philosophical As- 
pects of the Thought of Orson Pratt 

WAITE, J. RICHARD Hyde Park 

B.S. Degree, Utah State University, 1954 
Major: Theatre 
Minor: Interpretation 

Thesis: Hair and Beard Styles Throughout the Cen- 
turies 

WHITE, BALLARD T Salt Lake City 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Personnel and Guidance 
Minor: Educational Administration 
Thesis: The Relationship Between Parental Knowledge 
of and Attitudes Toward Guidance Programs 



WOODBURY, RULAN D Cedar City 

B.S. Degree, Utah State University, 1949 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: An Evaluation of Methods of Teaching Ninth 

Grade Mathematics at the Cedar City Junior 

High School 

YOUNG, DORA JEAN Phoenix, Ariz. 

B.S. Degree, Arizona State College, 1955 

Major: English 

Minor : Education 

Thesis: Cotton Mather, Leader in the American En-, 
lightenment; Gide and his Counterfeiters; and 
Shakespeare and Fletcher, Elizabethan Collab- 
orators 



MASTER OF EDUCATION 



ANDERSON, HELEN L Springville 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1953 

Major: Elementary Instruction 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Project: A Study of Opinions and Feelings of the 
Elementary Public School Teachers in Utah 
County Concerning the Elementary Student 
Teaching Program at Brigham Young Univer- 
sity 

BEACH, ROY BUCKLIN Burbank, Calif. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Personnel and Guidance 
Project: Compensation for the Public-School Cooper- 
ating Teacher by Teacher-Training Institutions 

HARDY, GEORGE K Bountiful 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1953 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Elementary Education 

Project: A Study of the Student Teaching Programs 

of the Three Major Universities in the State of 

Utah from 1933 to 1937 



HEINZ, KERRY M 

B.S. Degree, Ricks College, 1956 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Personnel and Guidance 



Ashton, Ida. 



Project: A Study of the State Certification and the 
Academic Qualifications of Teachers in the 
Latter-day Saint Seminaries and in the Public 
Secondary Schools of the States in Which 
There Are Full-Time Latter-day Saint Sem- 



inaries 



LIECHTY, LESLIE EARL Provo 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1952 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Elementary Education 

Project: An Evaluation By Means of Student and Fac- 
ulty Opinion of the Student Assembly Prog- 
rams of Pleasant Grove High School in Alpine 
School District, 1937-58 

MYERS, KENT E Cedar City 

B.S. Degree, College of Southern Utah, 1952 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Elementary Education 

Project: Self-Selection in Reading in the Iron County 
School District 

SNOW, GLENN GARDNER Orem 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1950 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Project: An Appraisal of the Certification and Prep- 
aration Requirements for Junior High School 
Teachers in the Eleven Western States 



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HONORARY DOCTORAL DEGREES 



DEAN DINWOODEY 
DOCTOR OF LAWS 



Washington, D. C. 



Presented by Leonard W. Rice 



President Wilkinson: 

I have the honor to present Dean Dinwoodey, distin- 
guished writer, successful business man, and pioneer in 
the fields of legal and business journalism. 

He was born November 2, 1899, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, 
a son of Charles E. and Lucy Dean Dinwoodey. He received 
the Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Utah 
in 1922, where he received the Beehive Award and served 
as editor of the student newspaper in his senior year. He 
received the LL.B. degree from George Washington Uni- 
versity Law School in 1929. 

In 1926 he became a member of the editorial staff of 
the United States Daily, a bold attempt at establishing a na- 
tional newspaper to publish in an accurate, dignified and 
professional manner the official actions of the federal gov- 
ernment. When this paper became a casualty of the Bank 
Holiday in 1933, it was succeeded by two unusual publish- 
ing enterprises— f/. S. News and World Report and the 
Bureau of National Affairs— and he played a significant role 
in the development of the latter. He became editor of sev- 
eral of the publications issued by the Bureau of National 
Affairs for the purpose of reporting, interpreting and ex- 
plaining the activities of the federal government to those 
directly affected— businessmen, lawyers, labor unions and 
officials of the government itself. 

The first of these publications, U. S. Law Week, es- 
tablished a new kind of legal journalism which furnished 
accurate, interpretative reports of decisional and regulatory 
materials needed by practicing attorneys. This publication, 
coming shortly before the New Deal days of government in- 
tervention and regulation in the affairs of business and 
industry, soon attained a place as a working tool of attor- 
neys practicing national law. He also has been editor, since 
1937, of Labor Relations Reporter, a publication which 
provides to employers and union leaders vital information 
regarding contracts, negotiations, bargaining and other mat- 
ters covered by federal labor legislation. 

During the period when the Supreme Court of the 
United States was reshaping constitutional law, 1935-39, 
he wrote a long series of articles for the New York Times 
analyzing the significance of the court's actions. 



During 1945-46 he served also as executive vice pres- 
ident of United States News Publishing Corporation which 
produced the general news magazine. United States News 
and World Report. The Bureau of National Affairs was un- 
til 1947 a subsidiary of this corporation. 

When he became president and editor-in-chief of the 
Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., in 1947, Mr. Dinwoodey 
gave leadership to a reorganization program by which stock 
in the publishing company was made available to its em- 
ployees. Although the company did not need additional 
capital, Mr. Dinwoodey and other major owners agreed 
that it was both equitable and in the interest of the bus- 
iness to give all employees an opportunity of ownership 
after only one year's service. They accordingly relinquished 
part of their shares, and the business became completely 
employee-owned. The great majority of the three hundred 
employees are stockholders, and all eleven members of 
the board of directors are employee-stockholders. 

Under his direction this private publishing enterprise 
has developed two daily reports, fourteen weekly reports, 
and two employee training and communications services, all 
issued from Washington. These publications furnish infor- 
mation to executives throughout the country on matters of 
business, labor relations and policies, taxation, atomic in- 
dustries and international trade. 

While making these significant contributions he also 
has given of his time to church and community life. He 
served as a missionary and as secretary in the Swiss-German 
Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 
and in his ward and stake has been a leader in priesthood 
and Sunday School work. He served one year on the Federal 
Salary Stabilization Board and for three years was a member 
of the Governing Committee of the community of Chevy 
Chase, Maryland. He is married to the former Edith Aus- 
tin of Idaho Falls, and they are parents of one son and 
two daughters. 

For his distinguished service to the nation in develop- 
ing significant legal, governmental and business publica- 
tions, I recommend that Brigham Young University confer 
on Dean Dinwoodey the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris 

causa. 



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NICHOLAS G. MORGAN, SR. Salt Lake City, Utah 



DOCTOR OF HUMANITIES 



Presented by W. Noble Waite 



President Wilkinson: 

A son of a Civil War veteran saw fit in 1955 to pre- 
sent the town of New Salem, Illinois, with a beautiful 
bronze statue of Abraham Lincoln. While thus honoring 
the Great Emancipator in one of the places which he called 
home, Nicholas Groesbeck Morgan, Sr., became involved in 
history, and he has been increasingly involved in it ever 
since. 

His father, John H. Morgan, following the Civil War 
joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and 
became one of its educators as well as one of the presi- 
dents in the Council of Seventy. He married Helen M. 
Groesbeck, daughter of Nicholas Groesbeck, a prosperous 
Salt Lake businessman. As their first son, Nicholas G. ac- 
cepted this favored heritage with growing appreciation and 
built honorably upon it. He married Ethel S. Tate in 
Chicago, after which they traveled to Washington, D.C., 
where he studied law. She has shared his fortunes ever 
since and is honored with him in this citation. While study- 
ing at Georgetown Law School, from which he obtained 
his Doctor of Laws Degree in 1910, Mr. Morgan served 
as secretary under two distinguished leaders— first in the 
office of Secretary of War William Howard Taft and 
later with Senator Reed Smoot. 

Returning to Salt Lake City, Nicholas G. Morgan en- 
tered the Morgan-Huffaker Law Firm of which he remain- 
ed senior member until 1940. During this period of suc- 
cessful law practice he found time for Church activity 
through serving on three stake high councils and on the 
General Board of the Y.M.M.LA. He also played an im- 
portant role in the organization of the Sons of Utah Pio- 
neers and served a term as national president. It was he 
who furnished evidence to the California legislature which 
won the Mormon Battalion recognition in the building of 
Fort Moore, recently memorialized in Los Angeles. He has 
served on the board of the Utah State Historical Society 
and is currently serving as its vice president. 



As professional success provided means, Mr. Morgan 
became increasingly involved in development of Utah's 
natural resources. Among other ventures, he developed the 
Clear Creek gas field, which supplies Salt Lake City with 
about one-half of its total gas consumption. Business and 
professional success only heightened Mr. Morgan's apprec- 
iation for his cultural heritage, and he launched upon a 
course to preserve it. Not only did he bring President Lin- 
coln a little closer to the natives of New Salem, but he 
brought back Lycurgus to the public square in far-off 
Sparta in Greece through his gift of an heroic bronze fig- 
ure. He began to stir new historical appreciations in his 
native state by vitalizing the story of mining in Utah 
through an heroic figure of Daniel C. Jackling; he cele- 
brated the nobility of Mormon womanhood through a 
sculptured likeness of Eliza R. Snow for the Daughters of 
Utah Pioneers; he gave the state of Utah a striking mem- 
orial to the Mormon's friend, Thomas L. Kane, and placed 
on the campus of Brigham Young University a figure of 
Karl G. Maeser in recognition of his key role in its found- 
ing. 

In addition to these, among other items, he placed 
bronze plaques to commemorate the beginnings of Utah 
schools through the labors of Jane Dilworth, and the prob- 
lems of early communication as dramatized in the Pony 
Express. And not least among his sharing experiences 
has been his presentation to the Utah State Historical 
Society of three valuable collections: one of the largest 
private libraries on Utah History, if not the largest; a 
priceless historic picture library; and a complete set of 
William H. Jackson's paintings with stands for mounting 
them. These collections will long honor the name of the 
donor as students of history search for interpretations of 
their favored heritage. 

For these contributions toward preservation of a cul- 
tural heritage and other unmentioned benefactions, Mr. 
President, I have the honor to recommend that Mr. Nicholas 
G. Morgan, Sr., receive Brigham Young University's hon- 
orary Doctorate of Humanities, honoris causa. 



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GEORGE ROMNEY 

DOCTOR OF LAWS 



Detroit, Michigan 



Presented by Weldon J. Taylor 



President Wilkinson: 

"Every good and excellent thing stands moment by 
moment on the razor edge of danger and must be fought 
for." I am honored to present George Romney, whose life 
exemplifies this statement by Thornton Wilder. 

Earlier this year Mr. Romney was cited by the Satur- 
day Review as the outstanding businessman in the nation, 
an eminence achieved in competition with the world's fore- 
most industrial skill. Under his leadership his company 
has played a major part in shifting the spotlight of pref- 
erence in automobiles from luxury to comfortable economy, 
at the same time increasing its share of automobile sales in 
the nation nearly 400%. 

Born in Chihuahua, Mexico, in 1907, Mr. Romney 
with his family struggled against the niggardliness of na- 
ture and the maraudings of Pancho Villa, moving to Texas 
in 1912, then to California, Idaho, and Utah. Called to the 
British Mission at nineteen, he acquired a spiritual perspec- 
tive which has guided him since that time. 

At the University of Utah he met Lenore LaFount and 
dedicated his efforts to making her his wife. He was forced 
to move twice across the continent and spend unnumbered 
weekends commuting between Washington, D.C., and 
New York before he closed what he terms "the most dif- 
ficult sale of my life." 

This incident reveals a pattern characteristic of Mr. 
Romney. He sees no worthwhile goal as impossible be- 
cause he recognizes no external barriers. To support these 
views he cites Ralph Waldo Emerson, who said, "There is 
no insurmountable barrier except our own inherent weak- 
ness of purpose." 

In his business career he moved constantly toward the 
razor edge of danger in the competitive struggle. From 
employment as a tariff expert in Washington, D.C., he 
went to the Aluminum Company of America. In 1939 he 
was named Detroit manager of the Automobile Manufac- 
turers' Association and in 1942, at the age of 35, became 
general manager. He left this post to join Nash Kelvinator, 
later merged with Hudson to form American Motors, of 



which he became president on October 12, 1954. 



a certain deficit for 
of succeeding, but he 
positions, which had 
competition. This at 
the world of industry, 
was his belief that in- 
as important as com- 



The company was faced with 
three years, and only a dim chance 
was happier here than in previous 
provided financial security but no 
last was the razor edge of danger in 
Yet tempering his competitive spirit 
telligent cooperation in America is 
petition. 

Mr. Romney's life and philosophy indicate that basical- 
ly he has been fighting not for position or for profit but 
for the right to stand as a free man in a free country. He 
believes that "we are in danger of sparing effort and 
meeting disaster because we want to have more than we 
want to give." 

His campaign for freedom has extended into educa- 
tion, where he has served with distinction. Under his 
leadership as chairman, the Detroit Citizens Advisory Com- 
mittee on school needs, after an eighteen-month study, sub- 
mited 182 major recommendations to the Detroit Board of 
Education. He expresses his philosophy of education in 
these words, "I believe only the educated can be free— that 
education makes a people easier to be led constructively, but 
difficult to drive— easy to govern, but impossible to en- 
slave." 

In spite of his dedication to business and education, 
however, his deepest and most profound motivations are 
spiritual and religious. Active in the Church, he has served 
as Detroit Stake President for a number of years. He firm- 
ly believes that spiritual strength is more fundamental to 
happiness and growth than is economic development, and 
he therefore finds time for church activity and service. 

And now, Mr. President, because we need modern 
non-conformists; because we need American pioneers dedi- 
cated to social justice, economic abundance and human 
liberty; and because Mr. Romney stands above his peers in 
the valiant defense of such high goals, I recommend that 
he be awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws, 
honoris causa. 



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CARL SANDBURG 



Flat Rock, North Carolina 



DOCTOR OF LETTERS 



Presented by Karl Young 



President Wilkinson: 

It is my great honor to present to you Carl Sandburg, 
troubadour, poet, and scholar. What Carl Sandburg has 
achieved he has won through his own efforts. He began 
life, as he himself has said, on a cornhusk mattress in a 
three-room frame house. He took his turn with six other 
babies, occupying a home-made cradle, fashioned by his 
father's own hands. Obviously, he lacked the advantages 
of social station, of wealth, and of family reputation. He 
was digged out of the humble clay which is familiar in 
the American tradition. But his was, nevertheless, the 
same kind of clay as that from which Lincoln ultimately 
moulded his own heroic stature. It was the kind of clay 
that yielded the bluff honesty of the politician Jackson, 
the rugged genius for leadership of Brigham Young, the 
spiritual insight of Joseph Smith, and poetic vision of 
Walt Whitman. Carl Sandburg owes no debt to any per- 
son or organization for making life easy for him when he 
was a cub. On the contrary, he fought his way up through 
poverty, and hardship, and disappointment. He has 
achieved his stature at the cost of sweat and sleeplessness, 
of the doubts of the learned, and of the smug disparage- 
ment of the know-it-alls. 

Yet millions of men, confronted with similar barriers, 
have succeeded only in maintaining self-respect. Their tri- 
umphs, while noble, have been narrow and personal. His 
triumphs, on the other hand, have been widely acclaimed. 
Yet not only have they pleased men, they have made men 
better. People of all age levels have been stirred to deeper 
and better feeling by his singing; they have been made 
familiar with true greatness in the noble pages of his bi- 
ographies; and they have learned to interpret life with 
freshness and new vigor in the robust lines of his poetry. 

As a singer, with his guitar across his breast, he has 
bridged the gap between us moderns and the bards of an- 
cient times. Those bards sang to the lyre or the lute the 
well known songs of their people. This he has done too, 
with his mellow guitar. His ballads and folk songs bring 
the nostalgia of the ages to each of us, to the humble and 
the proud alike. Moreover, as did those bards of yore, he 
has proved his gifts with spontaneous songs, born on the 
moment, and springing full grown from their creator's 
mind, like Minerva from the brow of Zeus. 



As a poet he has made Americans themselves realize 
the importance of being Americans. He has taught them 
to see the strength and the beauty of this great country in 
new and significant ways. Moreover, he has captured the 
hearts of simple people the world over. Men and boys, 
wary of sham feelings and make-believe, have turned to 
him because he spoke a language that they understood. In 
him they find a release for groping thought and impulse. 
In him they find a tart remark that ties their world up 
neatly; or else they find a sentiment that gives wings to 
dull spirits; perchance they find a delicacy they didn't 
know was in them, a tenderness, a yearning, which they 
feel but can't acknowledge. Carl Sandburg has been the 
plain man's poet and has made him rich with verses. He 
has glorified what is uncommon in the common man; he 
has flung open doors which tradition had sealed shut. 
Like Whitman he has been true to himself wherever his 
life was lived, thinking deeply, feeling warmly, and speak- 
ing courageously in bold and varied rhythms. 

As a biographer he has been many times honored by 
great men and great institutions. It seems altogether fitting 
that Carl Sandburg, poet of America, should have chosen 
Lincoln as his great subject for biography, born as he was 
in Lincoln's state, in a town where Lincoln had triumphed 
over Douglas in a memorable debate on human issues. 
The spirit of Lincoln is in Sandburg's bones. It has illum- 
inated his whole life. It found in him a congenial soil for 
growth. Sandburg has nourished and fostered this magnan- 
imous spirit and has infused it with his own warm and 
generous humanitarianism. Since 1918 he has lived with 
this greatest American continually in his thoughts. For 
forty-nine years he has studied Lincoln assiduously. Now, in 
his eighty-second year his exuberant devotion to his lofty 
subject is still unquenched. We hear him say that he is 
planning three more books on Lincoln. When he finishes 
them, as God grant he may, we know that we shall find 
his enthusiasm and poetic intensity shining forth from the 
pages of his scholarship as they have done before. 

President Wilkinson, I now commend to you Carl 
Sandburg as one most worthy to receive Brigham Young 
University's highest award of Doctor of Letters, honoris 
causa. 



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AWARDS FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE 

EDGAR B. BROSSARD Washington, D. C. 

ABRAHAM O. SMOOT PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD 



Presented by Clyde D. Sandgren 



President Wilkinson: 

It is an honor to present Dr. Edgar Bernard Brossard, 
a great Church leader, a humble friend of young people, 
and one of Utah's most devoted public servants on the na- 
tional and international scene. 

He was born in Oxford, Idaho, in 1889, but moved 
to Logan, Utah, in his youth. An honor scholar at Utah 
State University, he received his bachelor's degree from 
that institution in 1911. Subsequently, he was awarded 
master's and doctoral degrees at the University of Minn- 
esota and an honorary doctoral degree by Utah State Uni- 
versity. 

Dr. Brossard served as a missionary in the Swiss-Ger- 
man Mission and presided over the Paris Branch and the 
French-Swiss Conference. When the French Mission was 
organized in October of 1912, he became its first presi- 
dent. Among many other Church positions, he has served 
as branch president, high councilman, bishop and stake 
president. He has recently been called by The First Pres- 
idency to serve as president of the New England States 
Mission. 



During the thirty-five years that Dr. Brossard and his 
wife, the former Laura Cowley of Salt Lake City, lived 
in Washington, D. C, their residence was a gathering 
place where missionaries, service men, and others— young 
and old— were made to feel at home away from home. 

The Church was not alone in recognizing Dr. Bros- 
sard's abilities. President Calvin Coolidge appointed him a 
member of the United States Tariff Commission in 1925, 
and he was subsequently reappointed by Presidents Her- 
bert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman and 
Dwight D. Eisenhower. He served as chairman under the 
appointments made by Presidents Hoover and Eisenhower. 

He has been an adviser to governments in Latin Amer- 
ica, has served as chairman or member of international com- 
missions with important responsibilities in world affairs 
and recently completed a career of forty-two years in gov- 
ernment service, thirty-five of them with the Tariff Com- 
mission. 

Mr. President, for his extraordinary contribution 
through public service, I take pleasure in recommending 
that Dr. Edgar Bernard Brossard be presented the first 
Abraham O. Smoot Public Service Award. 



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HENRY EYRING 



Salt Lake City, Utah 



JAMES E. TALMAGE SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 



Presented by Wayne B. Hales 



President Wilkinson: 

Dr. Henry Eyring— distinguished scientist, author, con- 
sultant, teacher, and humanitarian— is recommended to be 
the first to receive the James E. Talmage Scientific Achieve- 
ment Award. Dr. Eyring was born in Colonia Juarez, Chi- 
huahua, Mexico, on February 20, 1901, of Mormon pioneer 
parentage, made strong and resolute by the English and 
German blood of their forebears. He endured the rigors 
of this pioneer life until driven from Mexico into Arizona 
by the revolution of 1912. 

Dr. Eyring's formal education included Bachelor and 
Master of Science degrees from the University of Arizona 
and a Ph.D. degree from the University of California in 
1927. He has served on the research and teaching staffs of 
Wisconsin, California, and Princeton Universities and 
since 1946 as dean of the Graduate School of the Univer- 
sity of Utah. In 1928 while at the University of Wisconsin 
he met and married Mildred Bennion. To them have been 
born three sons who have the potential to carry on the 
scientific interests of their father. 

Dean Eyring has become a world authority on theory 
of reaction rates, theory of liquids, plastics and metals, and 
application of quantum mechanics to chemical theory. His 



general theories have been applied specifically to the solu- 
tion of problems relating to surface energy, viscosity, dif- 
fusion, photosynthesis, permeability of natural membranes, 
mechanism of nerve transmission, plastic deformation and 
hardness of metals and molecular properties of natural and 
synthetic fibers. These researches have been reported in 
nearly three hundred papers published in current world 
scientific magazines. Future histories of chemistry cannot 
be written without reference to the contributions of Henry 
Eyring. For these noteworthy contributions he has been 
given numerous achievement awards and honorary degrees 
by scientific societies and American universities. 

His stature as a scientist is made greater by his enthus- 
iastic participation in Church and humanitarian activities. 
He is as vitally interested in what goes on in the heart and 
mind of a student as in that which goes on in a test tube. He 
has been a stabilizing influence in the lives of hundreds 
of young men and women in giving them a wholesome 
orientation in a basic philosophy of life. His life and con- 
tributions have paralleled those of the great man for whom 
this award is named— each complernents the other as scien- 
tist, teacher, consultant, author. Church man and human- 
itarian. It is an honor, Mr. President, to present to you 
Dr. Henry Eyring for the James E. Talmage Scientific 
Achievement Award for 1959. 



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BRYANT S. HINCKLEY Salt Lake City, Utah 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY SPECIAL SERVICE AWARD 



Presented by O. Preston Robinson 



President Wilkinson: 

Renowned author, inspirational and effective teacher, 
devoted churchman, builder of Christian character, be- 
loved and loving parent and friend, Bryant Stringham 
Hinckley has given a lifetime of dedicated and unselfish 
service to his God and to his fellowmen. 

During a rich life, which now stretches beyond four 
score and ten. Elder Hinckley has given unstintingly of his 
rare talents to the welfare of others. His service to the 
Church began as a young man when, in M.I.A. work, he 
was an effective and motivating teacher. As a Stake Board 
member, as Stake Y.M.M.I.A. superintendent, for twenty- 
five years on the Y.M.M.I.A. General Board, as Stake 
high councilman, for eighteen years as stake president, and 
as president of the Northern States Mission, Elder Hinck- 
ley served with distinction. He was an able administrator, 
an interested friend and an inspirational teacher who oc- 
cupies a special and loving spot in the hearts of all whose 
lives he has influenced and benefited. 

A widely read and prolific author, he has written 
books and articles which have touched the lives and moti- 
vated the actions of countless thousands. His brilliant bi- 
ographical sketches of the General Authorities of the 



Church, which appeared as a series in the Improvement 
Era, are accepted as classics. As do all of his writings, these 
reveal a keen insight and understanding of human person- 
ality and of man's divine characteristics and potentialities. 

As a public speaker he has given invaluable service. 
Possessed with unusual intellectual insight and a rare gift 
of expression, he has been constantly in demand as a 
speaker by Church, civic and other groups. His talks are 
informative, interesting, humorous and inspirational to his 
listeners. 

Born of distinguished parents in Coalville, Utah, 
Bryant S. Hinckley grew into manhood in the rigorous 
pioneer atmosphere of old Cove Fort and Fillmore. 
Educated in Utah's public schools, at Brigham Young Acad- 
emy under Karl G. Maeser, and at the Eastman Business 
College in New York, he returned to Utah and became an 
outstanding teacher at Brigham Young Academy and at 
the L.D.S. Business College. His many students, now scat- 
tered over the United States and throughout the world, 
remember him with affection and love. Bryant Stringham 
Hinckley's long life of generous service to others admirably 
qualifies him for the 1959 Brigham Young University 
Special Service Award. 



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JOSEPH K. NICHOLES Provo, Utah 

THE KARL G. MAESER DISTINGUISHED TEACHING AWARD 



Presented by Earl C. Crockett 



President Wilkinson: 

The greatness of Joseph Kelly Nicholes lies in devo- 
tion to his family and his church, loyalty to his profession, 
and service to his fellowmen. He has the capacity for truly 
"loving his neighbor. " With his kindly wisdom and talent 
for teaching he has guided and aided thousands in their 
life's work. No problem brought to him by young or old 
is ever too insignificant to receive his entire attention. He 
is loved, respected, and emulated by countless people now 
scattered to the far corners of the world. 

He was born in a log cabin in American Fork, Utah, 
on October 10, 1887. Here he grew up on a farm, graduat- 
ing from American Fork High School in 1904. In 1908 
he was awarded a commercial degree from Brigham 
Young University. Then, looking for new worlds to 
conquer, he entered the fields of physics and chemistry at 
the University of Utah, thus beginning his life's work in 
the sciences. 

However, his studies were interrupted by a call to 
an L.D.S. mission to Denmark, the money for which he 
earned by working in the mines of Eureka. Following his 
mission he continued the activity and service which have 
characterized his entire life. He has held numerous posi- 
tions in the Church, including those of stake high council 
member, president of the St. George Stake, and member of 
the General Sunday School Board. During his years in 
St. George, service as stake president, president of Dixie 
College, chairman of the St. George Chamber of Com- 



merce, and president of the Building Society made the name 
of Joseph K. Nicholes synonymous with growth and devel- 
opment in that southern Utah community. 

Despite this crowded schedule of civic, church, and 
academic service, he found time to do graduate work both 
at Stanford University and at the University of Chicago. 

In order that his growing family might further their 
education, in 1936 he left St. George and returned to 
Brigham Young University to teach in the Chemistry De- 
partment. He was made department chairman in 1945, a 
position to which he brought wisdom and dignity and 
which he held until 1953. 

During World War II a desire for service prompted 
him to accept the position of liaison agent for the U.S. 
Army and Navy and director of military affairs on campus 
for Brigham Young University. He also acted as govern- 
ment inspector of gunpowder and explosives in Utah 
County. 

Joseph K. Nicholes is a devoted husband and father. 
Together, he and Olive Maiben Nicholes have shared the 
joys and sorrows of life for forty-eight years. They have 
nine children and forty-one grandchildren. His friends are 
legion. A master teacher, he has been and remains an in- 
fluence for good in the lives of all who have known him, 
not only as teacher but also as colleague, brother, and 
friend. It is an honor to present him for the Karl G. 
Maeser Distinguished Teaching Award for 1959. 



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AIR FORCE ROTC GRADUATES 



Barkdull, Franklin D. 
Benson, Lynn H. 
Cox, Gary E. 
Ellsworth, Darr K. 

The following named grad- 
uate received a reserve com- 
mission in the United States 
Air Force at the close of Au- 
tumn Quarter 1958: 

Palmer, James R. 



Hansen, Quince M., Jr. 
Marchant, Gary R. 
Radichel, Richard E. 
Robins, Raymond C. 

The following graduates re- 
ceived reserve commissions in 
the United States Air Force at 
the close of Winter Quarter 
1959: 

Heath, Charles W. 
Kindred, Jerald C. 
Robertson, Gary E. 



Slater, Henry W. 
Stolworthy, Willard O. 
Tebbs, Douglas C 
Whitehead, John C 

The following graduates 
will receive reserve commis- 
sions in the United States Air 
Force at the close of Summer 
Training Unit in July or Aug- 
ust 1959: 

Greer, Deon C. 
Harper, Darrel A. 
Knudsen, Wendell W. 
Mickelsen, Richard A. 
Moesser, Kent L. 



Willes, Frank J. 
Wood worth, Roger F. 



The following Air Force 
ROTC graduates have been 
designated as Distinguished 
Air Force ROTC graduates: 

Benson, Lynn H. 
Cox, Gary E. 
Willes, Frank J. 
Woodworth, Roger W. 



GRADUATES WITH HIGH HONORS 



Adams, Martha Carolyn 
Anderson, Gale Y. 
Biddulph, Howard Lowel 
Brimhall, Janelle 
Callister, Douglas Lane 
Chadwick, Mary Ellen 
Cook, Barbara Jane 
Dahl, Sheldon T. 



Dudley, Robert Lee 
Finlinson, Arlene Rose 
Hansen, Quince Marion 
Holmstead, R. Kay 
Howell, Leland H. 
King^ Verleen 
Madsen, Clifford K. 
Millar, N. Jeanne 



Morrell, Lee 
Nelson, Alvin John, Jr. 
Pace, Kaye Cowley 
Pace, Ralph Walter 
Roberts, Richard Arthur 
Saxer, Alton Hugh 
Schulzke, Ernest Frederick H. 
Stoddard, Elias Thomas 



Stone, Nancy 
Taylor, Gwendolyn Kay 
Thomas, Gordon Kent 
Thueson, Karla Ann 
Verdoorn, Joan L. Soule 
Walker, Newell R. 
Whittaker, Clyde D. 



GRADUATES WITH HONORS 



Allen, Barbara 
Anderson, Marie R. 
Barry^ Barbara Jean 
Becker, Janice Barbara 
Bennion, Carol Joan 
Bentley, Joseph Charles 
Bird, Donna 
Booth, Beverly Ann 
Brim, Beulah 
Burrup, Kaye Larue 
Burton, Thomas R. 
Chandler, Helen Constance 
Coleman, Doreen 
Conger, Gordon Gene 
Erickson, Thomas L. 
Francis, Jane Ann 
Gallup, Norman Ray 
Glenn, Darlene 
Godfrey, Eva Louise 



Hale, Gerald Ardell 
Hall, Calvin Nelson 
Hamilton, Marilyn 
Harrison^ Edwin C. 
Heath, Charles William 
Holman, Sharon Alice 
Jeppson, Calvin W. 
Jones, Elwood Thomas 
Jones, Howard Palmer 
Kaufman, Vivian Hornych 
Keller, Elmo A., Jr. 
Kenney, Donald James 
Kolehmainen, Terttu 
Kugath, Donald Arthur 
Lundell, Connie 
Lyon, John Boyd 
Mahaffey, Linda Ann 
Marsh, Mary Jo Ann 
Mathews, Frank William 



Mayberry, Orlene Lois 
Michie, Carol 
Miller, Corena 
Miller, Mary Peterson 
Nakashima^ Donna Shimoda 
Nicholson, Donna Belle 
Nielsen, Harry Stewart 
Norton, Don Evan, Jr. 
Okelberry, Eva Pearl 
Olpin, Jay Lloyd 
Olson, Carolyn Norma 
Parkinson, Jerrolyn 
Peterson, Bonita M. 
Pincock, Beverly 
Rencher, Alvin C. 
Richards, Nephi J. 
Ritz, Myrna Pedersen 
Robertson, Joyce Lily 
Russell, Chyrl Ann 



Schipper, Donna Mae 
Schulzke, Astrid M. 
Scott, Leon R. 
Sellers, Keith L. 
Sharp, Barbara J. 
Skinner^ Velda 
Skousen, Richard Earl 
Smith, Colleen Bates 
Snell, Jacqueline 
Stanfield, Kay Rulene 
Startin, Wayne LeRoy 
Stone, Thomas Robert 
Taylor, Josephine Crandall 
Taylor, Vaughn Milton 
Thompson, Edgar Joseph 
Wallace, Joan 
Watts, Joseph Laverne 
Wirrick, Irene Goates 



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THE HONOR SOCIETY OF 
PHI KAPPA PHI 



Adams, Martha Carolyn 
Allen, Barbara G. 
Anderson, Joanne R. 
Anderson, Marie R. 
Armstrong, Kenna Rae 
Ashby, Joan Louise 
Barry, Barbara Jean 
Becker, Janice Barbara 
Bennion, Carol Joan 
Bentley, Joseph C. 
Biddulph, Howard Lowell 
Bowles, Roy Tyler 
Brasher, Pattie Sue 
Brighton, Patricia K. 
Brim, Beulah 
Brimhall, Janelle 
Burton, Thomas Roghaar 
Callister, Douglas L. 
Chandler, Helen Constance 
Clarkson, Jack E. 
Coleman, Dorene 
Condie, Genene 
Cook, Barbara Jane 



Cook, Kenneth Stanley 
Crowther, Duane S. 
Crowther, Ted J. 
Dahl, Sheldon T. 
Day, Sidnee 
Draughn, Norma Dale 
Dudley, Robert L. 
Ellsworth, Barbara H. 
Ericksen, Thomas L. 
Finlinson, Arline R. 
Francis, Jane Ann 
Glenn, Darlene 
Godfrey, Eva Louise 
Greer, Deon Carr 
Grey, Alan Hopwood 
Grey, Patricia Barney 
Hale, Gerald A. 
Hamilton, Marilyn 
Harrison, Betty Dodge 
Hart, Darrell Henry 
Henderson, Leslie Fred 
Hoggan, Bonnie Jilene 
Holman, Sharon Alice 



Holmstead, R. Kay 
Hopkins, Eulaleone 
Humpherys, Melvin Dee 
Jackson, Malan Robert 
Jeppson, Calvin W. 
Johnson, Arlen Kent 
Johnson, Claudia Rae 
Jones, John Arlen 
Keller, Elmo A., Jr. 
Kenney, Donald James 
Kolehmainen, Terttu Annikki 
Kugath, Donald Arthur 
Larsen, Robert Arland 
Lichtenstein, Deanna M. 
Lyman, Richard G. 
Lyon, John Boyd 
Madsen, Clifford K. 
Marsh, Mary Joan 
Millar, N. Jeanne 
Miller, Corena 
Morrell, David Nichols 
Nelson, Alvin John, Jr. 
Nicholson, Donna Belle 



Nielsen, Harry Stewart 
Norton, Don E., Jr. 
Oaks, Merrill Clayton 
Okelberry, Eva Pearl 
Olpin, Jay Lloyd 
Olsen, Richard Kenneth 
Pace, Kay Cowley 
Pace, Ralph Walter 
Peck, Ronald J. 
Peterson, M. Bonita 
Richardson, Kaye 
Roberts, Richard Arthur 
Robertson, Joyce Lily 
Robison, Max Lavoy 
Russell, Chyrl Ann 
Sabin, Elaine 
Sandberg, Howard E. 
Saxer, Alton Hugh 
Simmons, Vivian Olsen 
Skinner, Velda 
Skousen, Richard E. 
Smith, DeAnna 
Stoddard, Elias Thomas 



Stone, Thomas Robert 
Stratton, Richard B. 
Taylor, Gwendolyn Kay 
Taylor, Josephine 
Thomas, Gordon Kent 
Thompson, Edgar J. 
Thueson, Karla Ann 
Watts, Joseph Le Verne 
Watts, Paul J., Jr. 
Wells, Ernest Stewart 
Williams, Richard L. 
Wirrick, Irene G. 
Wood, Lowell Dale 
Yorgason, Vanja Louise 

GRADUATE STUDENTS 

Fugal, John P. 
Grant, Marilyn Redford 
Hardy, Blaine Garmen 
Jones, Douglas Emron 
Safsten, Robert Gary 
Tagg, Melvin S. 



UNIVERSITY AWARDS GIVEN TO THE GRADUATING CLASS 



Anderson, Carol 

Franz Johanson Crafts Award. 
Armstrong, Kenna Rae 

Smead Award. 
Ashby, Joan 

Croft Scholarship Award. 
Barnum, Deanna 

Outstanding Senior Woman in Journalism. 

Bosworth, Richard S. 

Outstanding Senior Award in the Department of 
Marketing. 

Callister, Douglas L. 

Outstanding student award in the Department of 

Accounting. 

Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants 

Medal. 

Chadwick, Mary Ellen 

Outstanding Senior Award in the Department of 
Business Education and Office Management. 

Christensen, Gordon 

Study Grant in Audiology, Veterans Hospitals in 
several cities. 

Clark, Douglas Merlin 

Outstanding Senior Award in the Department of 
Industrial Management. 

Cook, Barbara June 

Outstanding Senior Award in the department of 
Business Education and Office Management. 

Cook, Barbara Jane 

Associated Women Students College of Business 
Award. 

Farnsworth, Clyde R. 

Mrs. Forace Green Medal and $100.00 in Jour- 
nalism. 

Hansen, Stanley D. 

Honorary Student Membership in American So- 
ciety of Testing Materials. 

Hill, Gordon 

Deseret News Fiction Award. 



Jeppson, Calvin W. 

Outstanding Senior Award in the department of 

Economics. 
Knecht, James 

Mathews, Darais Design Award. 

Warren B. Wilson Sculpture Award in Art. 
Liechty, Victor Jay 

Outstanding Senior Award in the department of 

Economics. 
Luch, Warren 

Brockbank Award in Art (Any Media). 

Commercial Art Award. 
Lyman, Fred 

Student Service Supply Material Award. 
Lyon, John Boyd 

Outstanding student award in the Department of 

Accounting. 
Meredith, Gary Edward 

Outstanding Senior Award in the Department of 

Business Administration. 
Roper, La Var 

Honorary Student Membership in American So- 
ciety of Testing Materials. 
Rowley, Rodney 

Study Grant in Audiology, Veterans Hospitals 

in several cities. 
Russell, Georgia 

Outstanding Senior Award in the Department of 

Business Education and Office Management. 
Saxer, Alton Hugh 

Outstanding Senior Award in the Department of 

Finance and Banking. 
Steele, La Var 

Student Supply Award for Plastic in Art. 
Woodward, Lee Anna 

J. Roman Andrus Print Award in Art. 
Wahlroos, Ulla 

Oliver R. Smith Award for Meritorious Research 

in Journalism. 
Yonomori, Shirley Y. 

Purchase Award in Art. 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP AWARDS FOR 1958-59 



Luch, Warren F. 

Assistantship in speech, $500.00. 
Main, Betty Ann 

Bacteriology research assistantship, $1125.00. 
Rogus, James K. 

Graduate Assistantship in Enghsh. 



Taylor, Carole Lynne M. 

Zoology Department Lab. Assistantship. 
Thurber, Stanley R. 

Assistantship in music, $500.00. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 



Clarkson, Jack E. 

Charles E. and Margaret P. Maw Scholarship, 

$200. 
Noble, Phyllis Joan 

Indian Education Scholarship— Ute Tribe, $1000. 
Olson, Richard K. 

Charles E. and Margaret P. Maw Scholarship, 

$100. 

Merck Index Award to the most outstanding 

student in Organic Chemistry. 
Tewanema, Harvey T. 

Indian Education Award, $80. 

Knickerbocker Ball Foundation Inc., $225 per 

quarter. 
Scholarship Awards for $1000.00 

Adams, Martha C. 

Bowles, Roy T. 

Day, Sidnee 

Finlinson, Arline 

Harrison, Betty D. 

Morrell, Marriner L. 



Pace, Ralph W. 

Strong, William J. 

Thomas, Gordon Kent 

Van Dyke, Derrah W. 
Fellowship Awards for $1000.00 

Allen, Barbara 

Edwards, Clyde C. 

Erdman, Kimball S. 

Taylor, Vaughn M. 
Scholarship Awards for $800.00 

Dahl, Sheldon T. 

Johnstone, Marilyn 
Fellowship Awards for $800.00 

Bunker, Gary 

Burton, Thomas R. 

Chadwick, Regina M. 

Hart, Darrell H. 

Lundberg, Endfred J. 

Nielsen, Stewart 

Peterson, Kenneth D. 

Peterson, M. Bonita 



B.Y.U. TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP AWARDS FOR 1958-1959 



GRADUATE 

Awards for Three Qucaiers 

Allred, Garth W. 
Andersen, C. Paul 
Anderson, C LeRoy 
Anderson, Loren R. 
Anderson, Raymond N. 
Arnold, Jane Bea W. 
Arnold, Marilyn 
Ash, Owen Kenneth 
Bailey, Lorin M. 
Bell, Elouise Mildred 
Belnap, Elizabeth W. 
Bender, Russell M. 
Berge, Charles William 
Berge, John Stark 
Best, Brian Stanley 
Bishop, Joseph L. 
Blaylock, Marilyn I. 
Boren, Robert 
Brock, Edward Earl 
Brundage, Joe R., II 



Burckle, Lloyd H. 
Christensen, Martha A. 
Coe, Nathan Bert 
Cook, Jack Robinson 
Cook, William 
Crosby, Gary Wayne 
Curtis, Demar H. 
Davies, Thomas G. 
Davis, Briant Leroy 
Davis, Garold Neil 
Davis, Lorin 
Day, Merrill 
De Graffenreid, Helen 
Dunn, Joan 
Duvall, John J. 
Edwards, Clyde C. 
Erickson, Clarence E. 
Evans, A. Carroll 
Fawcett, Irene M. 
Finch, Gerald M. 



Fletcher, Donald E. 
Freeman, Samuel H. 
Gibson, Richard S. 
Gledhill, Isabelle R. 
Gould, Franklin David 
Gould, Wilburn James 
Gurney, John A. 
Hall, Charles M. 
Hall, Charlotte C. 
Hammond, Dale Alden 
Harper, Kimball T. 
Hart, Lorna Claire 
Hess, Daniel S. 
Higgins, John 
Hilton, W. Bruce 
Holland, Barron G. 
Howe, Allie 
Hudman, Melvin 
Hunter, Kenneth Duke 
Ihrig, Marshall L., Jr. 



Johanson, Hans C. 
Johnson, Deon 
Johnson, Kenneth D. 
Jorgensen, Cecil M. 
Kanahele, George 
Knight, Joseph 
Kramer, Walter A. 
Kuchar, Marvin C. J. 
Lasley, Gordon Ray 
Lee, Pat 

Mason, Susanne A. 
Mathews, Robert J. 
Maycock, William E. 
McMurdie, Maughn 
Misbach, Graham H. 
Moe, H. Rudy 
Naylor, Jay 
Nixon, Elray 
Pack, Elbert C. 
Palmer, Ezra R. 



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Palmer, James R. 
Papenfuss, Elaine 
Pearson, Alaif f Joseph 
Peel, Leroy 
Peterson, Levi S. 
Phillips, Delbert R. 
Phillips, Wayne 
Pringle, J. Kenneth 
Pyper, James W. 
Ridenhour, Ted Eugene 



Robertson, Jerold C. 
Robison, Wilbur G., Jr. 
Rogers, Barbara G. 
Rosen, Harold Earl 
Safsten, Robert G. 
Searle, Inez Smith 
Shafia, Fredoun M. 
Sharp, Paul G. 
Shaw, Weilding T. 
Slade, J. Keith 



Slade, Marlow Lyle 
Sorenson, Edward B., Jr. 
Steel, Harvey Lavar 
Stones, Frances A. 
Stringham, Murray 
Taylor, James S. 
Taylor, Leroy John 
Taylor, Stanley K. 
Taysom, Lloyd P. 
Terry, David 



Thomson, Irene 
Tingey, Garth L. 
White, Leland D. 
Whitney, Marcia 
Wilson, William Albert 
Witt, Daniel G. 
Wright, Richard Eugene 
Zohner, Glenn Dorin 



Awards for Two Quarters 



Brown, Wilson 
Clark, Donald D. 
Davidson, Richard 
Ewing, Joseph H. 
Flanary, Howard 



Fletcher, George A. 
Geddes, Marise 
Grant, Jay Williams 
Heber, Grant R. 
Kimber, Richard Dee 



Longree, George H. 
McLane, Dale Banks 
Moon, Harold Kay, Jr. 
Musig, Morris DeMille 
Mussler, Hans Karl 



Ramsey, Bobby Gene 
Shah, Shashi Kant 
Shumway, Jesse F. 
Stapleton, William L. 
Waite, Wendell G. 



Awards for One Quarter 



Allred, Susanne 
Anderson, Paul R. 
Baird, H. Kay 
Beheshti, Mohammed 
Clark, Tom Paul 
Cook, Ivan B. 
Derrick, Paul 



Garside, Lamoyne 
Hallstead, E. LeRoy 
Hamson, Robert L. 
Hansen, R. Wayne 
Kim, Hwakyn 
Kohler, Ramon R. 
Lysenko, Peter 



McKelvey, Mona Lee 
Miller, Don L. 
Miller, Earl 

Montgomery, Shield Bryce 
Nielsen, Ronald F. 
Nuttall, Paul Everett 
Reed, Catherine Jane 



Roberts, Stanley 
Rowley, Edward M. 
Vance, Barbara Jane 
Walton, Wilbur T. 
Warren, Carolyn Cobb 



FIFTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL 



Awards for Three Quarters 

Anderson, Robert W. 
Bunker, Robert C. 



Hansen, Stanley D. 
Matthews, Franklin W. 



Percival, Mark 
Peterson, James L. 



Roper, Lavar L. 
Simons, Ronald Budd 



Awards for Two Quarters 



Black, Joseph L. 
Brooksby, Merrill 



Dudley, Robert 
Hess, Garth 



Jones, Howard P. 



Kugath, Donald 



Awards for One Quarter 



Butler, Ervan H. 
Gunnell, Robert 



Hansen, Q. Marion 
Harrison, Parry D. 



Merrill, LaVann S. 
Scott, Leon R. 



Stephen, Roy M. 



UNDERGRADUATE 



Awards for Three Quarters 

Anderson, Robert D. 
Bishop, Marilyn 
Broadbent, Berne D. 
Brown, Raymond C. 
Butler, A. Bay 



Erdman, Kimball S. 
Faller, Elaine G. 
Frost, Merrill 
Green, Dee Forace 
Green, James M. 



Grimmett, Karen 
Jeppson, Calvin W. 
Jones, Carl Hugh 
Kimball, Farrell W. 
King, Verleen 



Kohler, Carol 
Luch, Warren 
Miller, Eddy L. 
Miller, Jeanne 
Nakashima, Donna S. 



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Nelson, Alvin J. 
Olpin, Jay L. 
Ostler, Melvin 
Pedersen, James Loel 



Rencher, Alvin 
Smellie, Don C. 
Smith, Gordon D. 
Stephenson, Maralyn 



Stones, Robert 
Summers, David Leon 
Taylor, Carole Lynn 
Todd, Marna 



Verdoorn, Joan 
Weller, Lynn 
White, Jerald D. 



Awards for Two Quortera 

Anderson, Jay Paul 
Bowles, Roy T. 
Braithwaite, Lee Fred 
Burbidge, Lucille 
Chadwick, Mary Ellen 
Clark, Ruel Ross 
Clarke, Marilyn T. 
Conover, Ina 



Crandall, Sue Dette 
Crapo, Terry Lavelle 
Dahl, Sheldon T. 
Dory, Deanna 
Gedge, DeVel K. 
Harris, Alva Alton 
Howell, Leland H. 
Johansen, Gerald A. 



King, Randle R. 
MacKay, Walter Dale 
Oaks, Merrill C. 
Paine, J. Peter 
Peck, Ronald J. 
Perry, Dale Stephen 
Ptomey, Nancy Lynn 
Ryng, Henriette Adele 



Schmidt, RoseMarie 
Tanner, Ramona 
Taylor, Milton V. 
Thompson, Evan M. 
Tormey, David M. 



Awards for One Quarter 

Adams, David W. 
Alter, Marilyn 
Andrus, James 
Beauregard, Cherry N. 
Blasongame, Donald R. 
Boyne, William M. 
Bullock, Robert E. 
Call, J. Richard 
Carlson, Thayne G. 
Del Fuim, Dorene J. 
Edwards, Patricia 
Elm, Bruce H. 
England, Joseph D. 
Foulger, David C. 
Gardner, Janet Alton 
Grimmett, Dixie 
Gudmundsen, Ruth 
Hamelright, Gale 



Hansen, W. Bryce 
Hill, Boyd L 
Hill, Harry N. 
Holdaway, Grant 
Holmes, Thomas G. 
Holmstead, R. Kay 
Ingalls, Ronald E. 
Jennings, Melissa 
Johnson, Hyrum B. 
Jones, Richard Alden 
Kenney, Donald James 
Kitchen, Merlin R. 
Knauer, Rolf H. 
LaComb, Gary 
Lee, Carill Ina 
Liechty, Victor Jay 
Lowe, Acel, Jr. 
Lyon, Boyd 



Mackay, Diane Towne 
Madsen, Clifford 
Maughan, Betty 
Medley, Kathryn 
Melville, Marie 
Menzies, James W. 
Middleton, Marilyn 
Miles, Helen 
Miller, M. Lee 
Morris, LaVelle Luke 
Nielsen, Lannie 
Nolen, Diane 
Olsen, Burton K. 
Olsen, Richard K. 
Oxborrow, Joan 
Payne, Gary B. 
Perkins, Donald M. 
Perkins, Robert Donald 



Peterson, Annette 
Peterson, Joan 
Pollie, Julia 
Regis, Larry 
Seely, Sonja N. 
Smith, Robert W. 
Smith, Steven H. 
Tetreault, Edward L. 
Thompson, Edgar J. 
Tucker, Tom Mickelson 
Uibel, Howard F. 
Verbanatz, Tom 
Walton, Gerald 
Warren, Allan H. 
Weber, Gerald F., Jr. 
White, Wendell Charles 
Young, L. DeWayne 
Ziemir, Paul Douglas 



SCHOLASTIC GRANTS FROM OTHER INSTITUTIONS, 1959-60 



Anderson, LeRoy 

Fellowship, Ohio State University, $2,600. 

Anderson, Marian 

Graduate Assistantship, Oregon State University, 
$1,300. 

Beauregard, Cherry 

Scholarship, Eastman School of Ivlusic, $1,000. 

Belnap, Parley 

Student Grant, Belgium, $2,500. 

Bentley, Joseph C. 

Danforth Graduate Fellowship Award, $2,000 per 
year plus $500 for every child, plus tuition and fees. 

Biddulph, Howard Lowell 

Assistantship in Government, Indiana University, 
$1,900. 

Bodily, David M. 

Kennecott Copper Corporation Scholarship in Chemis- 
try, $1,000. 



Boren, Robert 

Assistantship, Purdue University. 

Bowles, Roy T. 

National Defense Graduate Fellowship, University of 
Oregon, $3,200 first year and additional $200 each 
year for two more years. 

Cannon, Wilford Glenn 

Teaching Assistantship, State College of Washington, 
$1,800. 

Carpenter, Craig 

Graduate Assistantship, Indiana University Graduate 
School of Business, $1,000. 

Cluff, Wanda 

Dietetic Internship, Veterans' Administration Hospital, 
Los Angeles, California, $4,000. 

Crosby, Gary Wayne 

Assistantship, Columbia University, $2,700 including 
tuition. 



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Dam, Ingrid 

Geography Assistantship, University of Missouri, 
$1,500. 

Davis, Briant LeRoy 

Assistantship, University of CaHfornia, $1,820 plus 
tuition. 

Driggs, Gary 

First Security Award Fellowship, Indiana University, 

$333. 

Dunn, Joan 

Fellowship, Claremont College, $1,600 with a renew- 
able clause for two additional years. 

Ea tough, Norman 

Fellowship, University of Washington, $1,575. 

Estassi, Shukri 

Scholarship, Vita Craft Pacific Sales, Inc., $300. 

Grey, Alan 

Woodrow Wilson Scholarship, $1,500. 

Godfrey, Eva Louise 

Graduate Assistantship, Utah State University, $1,350. 

Hansen, Henry Kimball 

Woodrow Wilson Foundation Scholarship, Astro- 
physics, University of California (Berkeley), $1,820. 

Hansen, Klaus J. 

Graduate Fellowship, Wayne State University, $2,200 
plus tuition and fees (renewable 2 years). 

Hansen, Stanley D. 

Associated General Contractors Scholarship, $250. 

Hardy, Blaine Carmen 

Graduate Fellowship, Wayne State University, $2,200 
plus tuition and fees (renewable 2 years). 

Harper, Kimball T. 

Fellowship, National Science Foundation and Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, $1,830 plus tuition and fees. 

Hecht, Harry 

Fellowship, University of Utah, $2,100. 

Holmstead, R. K. 

Fellowship, University of Colorado, $1,800. 

Inskeep, Bonnie 

Fashion Fellowship, Tobe-Coburn School of Fashion, 

$1,350. 

Jeppson, Calvin W. 

Teaching Fellowship, University of Washington, 

$1,575. 

Kenney, Donald James 

Scholarship, Northwestern University, $1,500. 

Knauer, Rolf Henry 

Graduate Fellowship, Florida State University, $1,500. 
Lundberg, Endfred J. 

Research Assistantship, University of Minnesota, 

$1,900. 
Mangum, John 

Fellowship, University of Washington, $1,575 for 

each of three years. 
Mussler, Hans Karl 

Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Yale University, 

$2,000. 
Nakashima, Donna S. 

Dietetic internship, L.D.S. Hospital, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 



Nelson, Alvin 

Woodrow Wilson Scholarship, University of Washing- 
ton, $2,400. 

Nelson, John Dewey 

Research Grant, Hi-Land Dairy, $180. 

Newell, Dix A. 

Rose, Charles B. 

Kennecott Scholarship, Chemistry, $500 each with an 
additional $1,000 appropriated to University General 
Fund. 

Peterson, Thelma Ann 

Elbridge A. Stuart Scholarship, $750. 

Raile, Frederick Newell 

Grant in Aid, Stanford University, one-half tuition 
for Summer, 1959. 

Ralphs, Carol 

American Dairy Princess, $1,000, elaborate wardrobe, 
and one year's travel expenses. 

Rands, George Cole 

Assistantship, Texas A. & M., $2,000. 

Roberts, Richard A. 

National Defense Fellowship from U.S. Department 
of Education, Health, and Welfare, University of 
Arizona, three-year, renewable: first year $2,000 plus 
$400 per dependent, second year $2,200 plus $400 
per dependent, third year $2,400 plus $400 per de- 
pendent. 

Safsten, Robert G. 

Teaching Assistantship, Pennsylvania State University. 

Schloss, Margaret J. 

Dietetic Internship, L.D.S. Hospital, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

Schulske, Ernest 

Wyley Sessions Award from John A. Widtsoe Scholar- 
ship Foundation. 

Stephen, Roy 

Research Assistantship, University of California, 
$1,800. 

Stone, Thomas R. 

Donald Kirk David Fellowship to Harvard Graduate 
School of Business Administration, $4,000. 

Strong, William J. 

Whitney Scholarship in Physics, Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, $1,500 plus tuition. 

Thomas, Gordon Kent 

Phi Kappa Phi Award, $2,500. 

Tingey, Garth 

Fellowship, Pennsylvania State University, $2,200 per 
year for three years. 

Walker, Jerry W. 

Research Grant, Marquette University School of Den- 
tistry, $600. 

Witt, Daniel G. 

Fellowship, Brigham Young University, $1,500. 

Wrathall, Jay 

Assistantship, Ohio State University, $2,l60. 

Wuerth, Dieter 

Teaching Assistantship, University of Tennessee. 



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FACULTY AWARDS, GRANTS, ASSISTANTSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, 1959-60 



Allred, Dorald M. 

Research Grant of Ectoparasites of Utah, Brigham 
Young University, $665. 

Allred, Dorald M., and Beck, D Elden 

Research Grant on Ticks of Utah, National Institutes 
of Health, $13,487. 

Anderson, Keith P., and Butler, Eliot A. 

Research Grant, "Studies of Equilibria Involving 
Unionized as well as Ionized Species," National Sci- 
ence Foundation, $26,400. 

Anderson, Keith P., and Izatt, Reed M. 

Research Grant, "Chelation of Metal Ions by Amino 
Acids," National Institutes of Health, $29,249. 

Beck, Jay V. 

Research Grant, National Institutes of Health, Cancer 
Research Institute, $6,900. 

Research Grant, National Science Foundation, Molecu- 
lar Biology Section, $4,000. 

Blackham, Angus U. 

Research Grant, "Kinetics of Decomposition of Azo- 
butanes," Petroleum Research Foundation, $6,060. 
Research Grant, "Rhenium in Catalytic Reforming of 
Hydrocarbons," Kennecott Copper Corporation, 
$2,000. 

Broadbent, H. Smith 

Research Grant, "Hydroquinoxalines," Eli Lilly and 
Company, $1,800. 

Research Grant, "Hydroquinoxalines," Linde Fellow- 
ship, $2,100. 

Research Grant, "Potential Growth Inhibitors and Ra- 
diation Protectors," National Institutes of Health, 
$9,700. 

Brownlee, Robert 

National First Place Winner in Piano, Federated Music 
Clubs of America, $1,000 and trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Bryner, Loren C. 

Research Grant, "Microorganisms in Leaching Sulfide 
Minerals," Kennecott Copper Corporation, $12,500. 

Burnett, M. Dallas 

Graduate Fellowship, Medill School of Journalism, 
$1,600. 

Cannon, Clawson Y., Jr. 

Samuel S. Eels Fund of Philadelphia Fellowship, New 
York University, $4,000 plus tuition and fees. 

Christensen, James J. 

Brigham Young University Research Fund Grant, 

Brigham Young University, $2,100. 

Research Grant, National Institute of Health, $2,300. 

Edlefsen, Blaine E. 

Service Scholarship, Eastman School of Music, $1,000. 

Fletcher, Harvey J. 

National Science Foundation Grant, $9,100. 

Goates, J. Rex 

Research Grant, "Thermodynamic Properties of Solu- 
tions of Nonelectrolytes," National Science Founda- 
tion, $21,200. 



Gubler, Clark J. 

Research Grant, "The Enzymatic Functions of Thia- 
min," American Heart Association, $13,600. 
Research Grant, "Chelation of Metal by Amino 
Acids," Public Health Service, $34,000. 

Hall, H. Tracy 

Research Grant, "High Temperature Studies," Office 
of Ordnance Research, $50,000. 

Research Grant, "High Temperature Studies," Nation- 
al Science Foundation, $108,000. 

Research Grant, "High Temperature Studies," duPont 
Corporation, $10,000. 

Research Grant, "Undergraduate Research Participa- 
tion Program," National Science Foundation, $10,880. 
Research Grant, "High Temperature Studies," Alfred 
P. Sloan Foundation, $12,000. 

Hafen, LeRoy R. 

Distinguished Citizen Award, City of Denver. 

Hilliam, Kenneth 

National Science Foundation Grant, University of 
Cahfornia (Berkeley), $695. 

Izatt, Reed M. 

Research Grant, "Thermodynamic Properties of Com- 
plex Ions," Brigham Young University Research Divi- 
sion, $760. 

Izatt, Reed M., and Christensen, James 

Research Grant, "Thermodynamics of Proton Disas- 
sociation of Riboneuclic Acids," National Institutes of 
Health, $2,300. 

McNamara, Delbert Harold 

Research Grant, National Science Foundation, $10,400. 

Nelson, K. LeRoi 

Research Grant, "Low Temperature Kinetics," Na- 
tional Science Foundation, $20,400. 
Research Grant, "The Rearrangements of Amino Ke- 
tones," Research Corporation, $3,000. 

Sheffield, Sherman B. 

Fellowship, Fund for Adult Education, $5,400. 

Struthers, Robert E. 

Part-time Instructorship, University of Minnesota. 

Swenson, Albert D. 

Research Grant, "Sulfhydryl and Inidizol Groups in 
Enzyme Activity," National Institutes of Health, 
$19,142. 

Vernon, Leo P. 

Research Grant, "Photochemical Oxidizing Systems," 
National Institutes of Health, $19,142. 
Research Grant, "Chlorophyl Chemistry," United 
States Department of Agriculture, $23,000. 
Research Grant, "Photochemical Oxidizing Systems," 
National Science Foundation, $23,000. 
Research Grant, "Photosynthesis," Kettering Founda- 
tion, $2,500. 

Wickes, Harry 

National Science Foundation, University of Kansas, 
$1,160. 



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CONTRIBUTIONS MADE TO THE UNIVERSITY 
(From May, 1958 to May, 1959) 



DESTINY FUND CONTRIBUTIONS 

(Restricted and Unrestricted) 

The Destiny Fund is a long-range expansion program of an extension of the university's educational programs to 

the university and the educational system of the Church. other geographical areas. A detailed report of the "Des- 

It was authorized by the University's Board of Trustees, tiny Fund " is made at the end of each year, listing the 

consisting of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the names of all contributors and summarizing all gifts. 

Twelve, and has found solid support among the faculty _ ., . ^ „ , , 

and staff, the alumni, the body of the Church and friends ^ • Contributions from Faculty and 

of the university. The initial goal was set at $5,000,000 .rJ :^; "V", .»;;" ;" 44,829.00 

to be raised within four years. ^ (Total New Pledges .. $66,725.00) 

•^ 2. Contributions from Others 271,097.00 

The funds collected through this program are to be used (Total New Pledges $751,227.00) 

to establish a basis for eliciting corporate support to as- Total $315,926.00 

sist in the realization of the full destiny of the university. Since the inception of the Destiny Fund in March 1958 

The initial amount is to be used for (1) faculty salaries, the total of pledges and contributions amounts to 

(2) scholarships and financial aids to students, (3) $1,317,793.00. 
capital improvements, (4) library facilities, and (5) 



GIFTS OTHER THAN TO THE DESTINY FUND 

Unrestricted General Gifts 



Consolidated Freightways, Menlo Park, 

California $ 250.00 

Convair Division of General Dynamics, 

San Diego, California 500.00 

Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad 

Foundation, Denver, Colorado 8,400.00 

Equitable Life Assurance Society of United 

States, New York City, New York 1,000.00 

First National City Bank of New York, 

New York City, New York 630.00 

General Electric 500.00 

General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. .. 500.00 

General Petroleum, Los Angeles, California .. 500.00 

Gulf Oil, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 150.00 

Household Finance Company, Chicago, 111 900.00 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Com- 
pany, Intermountain Colleges Association, 
Incorporated, Salt Lake City, Utah 273.00 



Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph, 

Salt Lake City, Utah 2,000.00 

Norman, Soloman G., by bequest 5,000.00 

Northrop Division of Northrop Aircraft, In- 
corporated, Hawthorne, California 100.00 

Ohio Oil, Findley, Ohio 500.00 

Parke-Davis Company, Intermountain Col- 
leges Association, Incorporated, Salt Lake 
City, Utah 500.00 

Standard Oil of California, Salt Lake City 

Utah 3,500.00 

Standard Supply Company, Salt Lake City, 

Utah 100.00 

Union Pacific Railroad Foundation, New 

York, N.Y 4,000.00 

Weyerhouser Timber, Tacoma, Washington .. 2,000.00 
Total $31,303.00 



Restricted General Gifts 



Gifts for Other Than Scholarships 

American Can Company, New York City, 

New York $ 500.00 

Anderson, William Edward, North Holly- 
wood, California 200.00 

Broadbent, David A., Salt Lake City, Utah .... 100.00 



California Spray— Chemical Corporation, Rich- 
mond, California 500.00 

Cannon, Mrs. George J 100.00 

Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich 200.00 

Eccles, George S., Salt Lake City, Utah 200.00 

Hedquist, Alex, Provo, Utah 100.00 



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Kennecott Copper Corporation, New York 

City, N.Y 1,000.00 

Market Research 

Tindall E. Cashion, John Cannon, Daken 
Broadhead, Arnold R. Knapp, Frank Pat- 
terson, DeWitt J. Paul, Ralph S. Roberts, 
O. Leslie Stone, W. LaMar Webb, Ben 

Weiss, Delbert F. Wright 275.00 

Mathesius, Dr. Walther and Ebba, Geneva, 

Illinois 1,000.00 

McCue, D. Cuyler, Gardena, California 500.00 

Merkley, Margaret B., Logan, Utah 450.00 

Pfund, Marion C, San Jose, California 1,700.00 

Rich, Stella P. Fund 

Edith Rich, Clarence Cottam, T. L. Broad- 
bent, John A. and Phyllis D. Snow 150.00 

Roe Foundations, Inc., Ben and Bernice 100.00 

Shell Companies Foundation, Incorporated, 

New York City, New York 1,500.00 

Stone, O. Leslie, Piedmont, California 500.00 

Stover, Walter, Salt Lake City, Utah 10,500.00 

The Texas Company, New York City^ 

New York 300.00 

United States Steel Foundation 2,000.00 

Wilkinson, Dr. Ernest L., Provo, Utah 3,867.00 

Total $25,742.00 

Gifts for Scholarships and Financial Aid to Students 
{Recipients to be chosen by University) 

Aeronutronic Systems, Incorporated, Santa 

Ana, California 50.00 

Allen, Russell P., Farmington, New Mexico .. 500.00 

Associated General Contractors of America, 

Salt Lake City, Utah 250.00 

Burrows, Gloria M., Lake Bluff, Illinois 250.00 

Callister, Paul Q. and Mary B., Salt Lake City, 

Utah 6,100.00 

Cannon, Eugene M., and Edna Lambert Fund, 
George S. and Virginia Nelson, Salt lake 
City, Utah; Eugene M. Cannon, Houston, 
Texas; Rosina C. Nicholas, Ogden, Utah; 
Grace C Ward, Salt Lake City, Utah; 
Madge C. Harwood, Soda Springs, Idaho .. 1,700.00 

Farmers Underwriters, Los Angeles, 

Cahfornia 490.00 

First Security Foundation, Salt Lake City, 

Utah 1,000.00 

General Petroleum, Los Angeles, California .. 640.00 

Green, Forace, Salt Lake City, Utah 100.00 

Kennecott Copper Corporation, New York 

City, New York 2,000.00 

Maw, Carlyle E., New York City, New York 300.00 

National Merit Scholarships (Sears Roebuck 

and Company), Evanston, Illinois 300.00 

Surbeck, L. Homer, New York City, New 

York 634.00 



The Texas Company, New York City, New 

York 4,200.00 

Young, Arthur and Company, Los Angeles, 

California 500.00 

Total $19,014.00 



Gifts for Scholarships and Financial Aid to Students 
{Recipients to be chosen by Donors) 

Associated American University Women, 

B.Y.U., Provo, Utah 100.00 

Associated Women Students, B.Y.U., Provo, 

Utah 109.00 

Areojet Management Club, Sacramento, Cali- 
fornia 2,000.00 

Air Force Aid Society, Washington, D.C 590.00 

Altrusa Club of Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado .... 25.00 

American Society of X-Ray Technicians, Fond 

du Lac, Wisconsin 25.00 

Anchorage P.T.A., Anchorage, Alaska 300.00 

Associated General Contractors, Salt Lake 

City, Utah 250.00 

Association of Retail Controllers, Salt Lake 

City, Utah 200.00 

Bamberger Foundation, Salt Lake City, Utah .. 150.00 
Bonner County Teacher Education, Sandpoint, 

Idaho 400.00 

Box Elder National Farm Loan Association, 

Tremonton, Utah 200.00 

Boys' League, St. Helens, Oregon 50.00 

Burgess, Karl, Seattle, Washington 160.00 

California-Nevada Association of Lions Clubs, 

Santa Barbara, California 500.00 

Central Utah Farm Loan Association, Provo 

Utah 200.00 

Chatt, Willa H., Tacoma, Washington 500.00 

Cherokee Indian School, Cherokee, North 

Carolina 100.00 

Chesterfield Lions Club 200.00 

Chi Omega, B.Y.U., Provo, Utah 150.00 

Clark Music Company, Provo, Utah 100.00 

Covina High School, Covina, California 200.00 

Cubberley Senior High School, Palo Alto, 

California 100.00 

Cummings Grant-in- Aid, Salt Lake City, Utah 221.00 

Daniels Jewelry, Mesa, Arizona 100.00 

Davis Service Company, Salt Lake City, Utah 80.00 

Denver Stake High Priests, Denver, Colorado 240.00 

Department of Health, Education and Wel- 
fare, Washington, D.C 265.00 

Deseret News Publishers, Salt Lake City, Utah 230.00 

Deseret Stake, Hinckley, Utah 80.00 

Doctor Memorial, Peter, Gowanda, New York 200.00 

East Long Beach Stake, Long Beach, 

California 360.00 



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East Los Angeles, Stake, Los Angeles, 

California 400.00 

East Provo Stake, Provo, Utah 100.00 

Elks National Foundation, Boston, 

Massachusetts 2,000.00 

Erickson, Warren R., Salt Lake City, Utah .... 100.00 

Faculty Student Aid Fund, Provo, Utah 80.00 

Fleischman, Max C. Foundation of Nevada, 

Carson City, Nevada 720.00 

Gallup Public Schools, Gallup, New Mexico .. 600.00 

Gammi Phi Omicron, B.Y.U., Provo, Utah .... 100.00 
General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 

Michigan 900.00 

General Petroleum Corporation, Los Angeles, 

California 640.00 

Glendale Stake, Glendale, California 160.00 

Goates Award, J. Rex, Provo, Utah 30.00 

Grantsville Stake, Grantsville, Utah 240.00 

Green, Mrs. Forace, Salt Lake City, Utah 50.00 

Halhday, Noel R., Provo, Utah 50.00 

Hawkes, Grant A., Hailey, Idaho 100.00 

Hogle Company, J. A., Salt Lake City, Utah .. 450.00 

Hot Shoppes, Washington, D.C 300.00 

Hungarian Student Aid, B.Y.U., Provo, Utah 20.00 

Inglewood Stake, Inglewood, California 240.00 

Intercollegiate Knights Student Aid Fund, 

B.Y.U., Provo, Utah 1,290.00 

Jackson County Young Farmers, Shady Cove, 

Oregon 300.00 

Junior Associated Women's Service, B.Y.U., 

Provo, Utah 136.00 

Keim Company, H. H., Nampa, Idaho 150.00 

Kiwanis Club, Provo, Utah 200.00 

Knickerbocker Ball Foundation 103.00 

Lennox Ward, Hawthorne, California 60.00 

Leuzinger High School, Lawndale, California 100.00 
Long Beach 4th Ward, Long Beach, 

California 80.00 

Los Angeles Stake, Los Angeles, California .... 240.00 

Market Street P.T.A., Empire, Oregon 50.00 

Martin Fellowship, Provo, Utah 72.00 

Mask Club, B.Y.U., Provo, Utah 160.00 

Metuchen High School P.T.A., Metuchen, 

New Jersey 100.00 

Mohave Co. Union High School, Kingman, 

Arizona 100.00 

Monsanto Chemical Co., Monsanto, Idaho .... 300.00 

Mount Airy Scholarship Fund 150.00 

National Association of Secondary School 

Principals, Washington, D.C 2,000.00 

National Merit Scholarship Corporation, 

Evanston, Illinois 1,650.00 

National Society D.A.R., Washington, D.C. .. 250.00 

Oconomowoc Scholarship Fund, Oconomo- 

woc, Wisconsin 125.00 



Ohio Oil Company, Findley, Ohio 600.00 

Oregon Pageant (Miss), Seaside, Oregon .... 625.00 

Panhellenic Award, San Bernardino, 

California 100.00 

Payette Lions Club, Payette, Idaho 100.00 

Payne, Afton M., Provo, Utah 50.00 

Perlman, Sam, Provo, Utah 240.00 

Pfund, Marion C, San Jose, California 135.00 

Pope, Ida M., Honolulu, Hawaii 250.00 

Portland 2nd Ward, Portland, Oregon 240.00 

Portland 6th Ward, Portland, Oregon 10.00 

Price Foundation, Incorporated, Upland, 

California 500.00 

Provo L.D.S. Seminary, Provo, Utah 100.00 

Provo Stake, Provo, Utah 50.00 

Rancho High School, Las Vegas, Nevada 125.00 

Redlands Public School, Redlands, California 100.00 

Rena Ware, Dishman, Washington 200.00 

Richland P.T.A., Richland, Washington 75.00 

Riggs, Margaret Trevery, Boise, Idaho 20.00 

Roslyn High School, Roslyn Heights, 

New York 150.00 

Salt Lake National Farm Loan, Salt Lake 

City, Utah 80.00 

San Bernardino Stake, San Bernardino, 

California 320.00 

San Juan P.T.A., Carmichael, California 100.00 

San Juan Union High School, Carmichael, 

California 50.00 

Santacjuin-Tintic Stake, Santaquin, Utah 160.00 

Sauls, Elizabeth Cannon, Provo, Utah 25.00 

Sears-Roebuck Foundation, Kansas City, 

Missouri 1,075,00 

Security National Bank of Reno, Reno, 

Nevada 500.00 

Shady Cove Lady Lions, Shady Cove, Oregon 150.00 

South Box Elder Farm Bureau, Honeyville, 

Utah 50.00 

South Carolina School for Deaf and Blind, 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 300.00 

Standard Oil of California, Salt Lake City, 

Utah 240.00 

State of Nevada, Carson City, Nevada 250.00 

Stockton Junior Chamber of Commerce, 

Stockton, California 250.00 

Teachers of Exceptional Children, Provo, 

Utah 300.00 

Texas Oil Company, New York City, 

New York 4,200.00 

Tooele B.P.O.E. No. 1673, Tooele, Utah 125.00 

Turley Award, Fred, Snowflake, Arizona 250.00 

U.S. Department of Interior, Washington, 

D.C 1,000.00 

University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho 300.00 

Utah Congress of P.T.A., Salt Lake City, 

Utah 3,750.00 



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Utah County Medical Auxiliary, Provo, Utah 200.00 

Utah State Fair, Salt Lake City, Utah 240.00 

Vita Craft, Los Gatos, California 80.00 

Washington, D.C., Stake, Washington D.C. .. 140.00 

Weber College Trust and Loan, Ogden, Utah 83.00 

West Utah Stake, Provo, Utah 75.00 

Western Printing and Lithographing Com- 
pany, Incorporated, Racine, Wisconsin 600.00 

Weyerhauser Timber Foundation, Tacoma, 

Washington 415.00 

Whitten Estate, Kathryn M., Long Beach, 

California 300.00 



Wilson Foundation, Woodrow, Princeton, 

New Jersey 160.00 

Wind River Indian Agency, Fort Washakie, 

Wyoming 500.00 

Women's Club of Hartford, Hartford, 

Connecticut 500.00 

Wrigglesworth, Gordon 200.00 

Yuma Stake, Yuma, Arizona 80.00 

Zonta Club of Marin County 200.00 



$44,199.00 



ENDOWMENT INCOME FOR SCHOLARSHIPS. 
LOANS AND MISCELLANEOUS 



Abbey Fund $ 4,345.73 

Callister, Paul Q. and Mary 1,204.88 

Ford Foundation 44,600.55 

Grant, Heber J. Loan Fund 220.15 

Griner, Vincent Fund 50.57 

Hinckley, Edwin S. Fund 2,579.04 

Hinckley-Rowberry Fund 1,650.54 

Hoag Foundation Fund 491.81 

Knight Endowment Fund 6,643. 86 



Lyceum Fund 181.17 

Mathesius Foundation 1,413.87 

Mitropoulos Fund 143.51 

Sundberg Fund 25.28 

Total $63,550.96 

Grand Total Gifts, Contributions, 

Endowment Income $499,734.96 



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BRI6HAM 

YOUNG 

UNIVERSITY 



ANNUAL 

COMMENCEMENT 
SUMMER 
CONVOCATION 

george albert smith 

fieldhouse 

friday, august 21, 1959 



THE ORDER OF THE ACADEMIC PROCESSIONS 

President, Board of Trustees, and Official Guests 

High Administrative Officers 

Faculties 

Candidates for Advanced Degrees 

Class of 1959 



SIGNIFICANCE OF ACADEMIC COSTUME 

The significance of academic costume is determined especially by the 
sleeves and hoods. DOCTORS wear the round bell sleeve; the gown is faced 
down the front and barred on the sleeves with black velvet or color indicating 
the degree; the doctor's hood is large. The doctor may, if he so choose, wear the 
gold tassle on his cap. MASTERS wear the long, closed sleeve, with a slit near 
the upper part of the arm; the master's hood is of more moderate size. 
BACHELORS wear the long or pointed sleeve. The color of the tassle indicates 
whether the degree is in the field of arts (white) or science (golden-yellow). 

Hoods are lined with the colors of the institutions granting the degree, or 
with which the wearer is connected, and are trimmed with velvet of the color 
distinctive of the degree — for example, humanities and social science, white; 
philosophy, blue; science, golden-yellow; music, pink; engineering, orange; 
education, light blue; commerce and accounting, drab. 



THE COLLEGE SONG 

All hail the College that we love, 

At the throne, the throne of vsdsdom's sway; 

O let us lift our songs above, 

The thronging multitude today. 

No pride nor riches here may sue; 

The head, the heart, the hand. 

United must be true. 

Be true to thee our white and blue, 

When they join our happy band. 

Then cheer anew for the BYU; 

We've come to work, to live, to do. 

We'll raise our standard, bear it through; 

Our hearts are true to the BYU. 



Brigham Young University 
Summer Convocation 

Eighty-Fourth Annual 




George Albert Smith Fieldhouse — Friday, August 21, 1959 
Elder Joseph F. Smith, Presiding 

6:45 p.m. Prelude Organ 

7:15 p.m. Processional Organ 

J. J. Keeler, University Organist 

7:30 p.m. "Peace Be With You" Franz Schubert 

Summer School Choir 
J. J. Keeler, Organist — Newell B. Weight, Director 

Invocation Christen Jensen 

"Andante" __... Franz Schubert 

Lawrence Sardoni, Violin Transcribed for Violin, 

Ralph G. Laycock, Clarinet Clarinet and Piano by 

Maughan McMurdie, Piano Ralph Laycock 

Address to Graduates Dr. E. Allen Bateman 

State Superintendent of Public Instruction 

"Now Let Us All Praise God and Sing" Gordon Young 

Summer School Choir 
J. J. Keeler, Organist — Newell B. Weight, Director 

Conferring of Degrees President Ernest L. Wilkinson 

Presentation of AFROTC Commissions Lt. Col. William J. Gibson 

College Song Congregation 

Benediction John T. Bernhard 

Recessional Organ 

J. J. Keeler, Organist 

(The audience will please remain seated until the graduates have marched from the building.) 

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BACHELOR'S DEGREES 



COLLEGE OF BIOLOGICAL AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES 



Agricultural Economics 

Bachelor of Arts 

Magleby, Richard S Thornton, Ida. 

Bachelor of Science 

Anderson, Lowell Ray Fairview 

Agronomy 

Bachelor of Science 

Clark, Ronald J Lehi 

Schweppe, Harold D Long Beach, Calif. 

Bacteriology 

Bachelor of Science 

Bulloch, Beverly Ruth Henderson, Nev. 

Botany 

Bachelor of Arts 

Erdman, Kimball Stewart Eugene, Ore. 

Bachelor of Science 

Bascom, Gary Ray Pocatello, Ida. 

Brown, Raymond C Bremerton, Wash. 

Horticulture 

Bachelor of Arts 

Whetten, John Jerome Chihuahua, Mexico 

Bachelor of Science 

Baer, Larry Donald Morgan 

Zoology 

Bachelor of Arts 

Christiansen, Richard Ogden Monroe 

Hanna, Leonard Depue Los Angeles, Calif. 

Merrell, Cleston Glade Duchesne 

Bachelor of Science 

Bailey, Larry Keith Sanford, Colo. 

Berry, David Kay San Gabriel, Calif. 

Hatfield, Kenneth M Rocky River, Ohio 

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Tahbas, Hossein Joe Tehran, Iran 

Winn, James Dale Rexburg, Ida. 

Tenenbaum, Ida Lowry New York City, N. Y. 



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Redd, Amasa Mason Monticello 

Weiser, Paul R Rexburg, Ida. 

Richens, Lorn S Vernal 

Robertson, Richard Grant Kennewick, Wash. 

Shaw, James Thatcher Tetonia, Ida. 



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 



Accounting 



Bachelor of Arts 

Qiristensen, Roy Edgar Bingham Canyon 

Edmunds, Joseph Thomas, Jr Alhambra, Calif. 

Johnson, Burt Harold Riverton 

Bachelor of Science 

Allred, LaVoy Cowley Provo 

Chipman, Richard E American Fork 

Christopherson, LeRoy Warner Fillmore 

Harris, Alva Alton Cutbank, Mont. 

Henderson, Leslie Fred Salt Lake City 

Hendricks, Robert Russell Salt Lake City 

Jensen, Lorin P Ogden 

Lake, Dennis Morgan Rigby, Ida. 



Nelson, Merrill John 
Perry, Dale Stephen .. 



Goshen 
Vernal 



Mason, Keith Howard Provo 

Smith, Gaynor Rich Burnaby, B. C, Canada 

Smith, Robert C Salt Lake City 

Veritsky, William Allen Ontario, Canada 

Wilkes, Floyd Attie Eugene, Ore. 

Wilkins, Kent M Murray 



Business Education and Office Management 



Bachelor of Arts 

Armstrong, Kenna Rae Salt Lake City 

Bachelor of Science 

Ashby, Joan Louise Clearfield 

Brough, Arta J Nephi 

Bruckman, Jan Korom Compton, Calif. 

Crandall, Sue Dette Elaine Safford, Ariz. 

Daniels, Jack Keith Alameda, Calif. 

Davis, Thomas Nichols Ogden 

Fenton, Alice Jean San Mateo, Calif. 

Hayes, Karen Wood Las Vegas, Nev. 

Hinckley. Viola Jane Salt Lake Cifv 

Kekauoha, Samuel Nahinu Honolulu, Hawaii 



Scott, Anita Wichita, Kan. 

Mackay, Diane Towne Boulder City, Nev. 

Mathis, Gladys Meeks Bicknell 

Sims, Norman M Lehi 

Sorensen, Arthur Bryce Driggs, Ida. 

Stewart, E. Carolyn Salt Lake City 

Wilcox, Sharlene Provo 

Willis, J. Robert Mesa, Ariz. 

Winterton, Arlan E Heber City 

Yang, Shao-Ann (Rosaline) Taipei, Taiwan, China 



Business Management 

Bachelor of Arts 

Schneider, John Robert Denver, Colo. 

Bachelor of Science 

Bloom, Bradley Bruce Boise, Ida. 

Green, Dean H Rexburg, Ida. 

Hannig, Gary Whitney Las Vegas, Nev. 



Wilcox, John Boyd Calgary, Alta., Canada 

Meredith, Gary Edward American Fork 

Merrill, Don William Riverton 



Finance and Banking 



Bachelor of Science 

Higashi, Allan Akio ... 



Kawai, Hawaii 



Industrial Management 



Bachelor of Science 

Foreman, Richard W. .. 
Olson, Gerald E 



Calgary, Alta., Canada 
Springville 



Petersen, Bruce James . 
Rencher, Paul Richard 



Evanston, Wyo. 
Eagar, Ariz. 



Marketing 



Bachelor of Science 

James, Dean F Millbrae, Calif. 

Jasperson, Jack Don Goshen 

Kerby, Joe Kent Provo 

Maloy, Elwood Angus Safford, Ariz. 



Mayo, Raymond Louis Longview, Texas 

Mellor, Arnold Harold Fayette 

Ontiveros, Limhi Chihuahua, Mexico 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



Elementary Instruction 



Bachelor of Arts 



Anderson, Joanne Rhoades Cody, Wyo. 

Asay, Dawn J Payson 

Derrick, Loretta Bunker Las Vegas, Nev. 



Smith, DeAnna Milwaukee, Wis. 

Spjut, Norma Esther Salt Lake City 



Bachelor of Science 

Abo, Sharie Chiyoko Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaii 

Allen, Carol B American Fork 

Allen, Dianne Centerville 

Anderton, Alameda Jessen Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Archibald, Claudia Foster Ashton, Ida. 

Ashby, Marian , Provo 

Baddley, Glenda Diane Johns Salt Lake City 

Bateman, Lark Allred Bloomington, Ida. 

Baxter, Muriel Lynne Salt Lake City 

Bean, Vera Keller Menan, Ida. 

Bohn, Linda Lyman Blanding 

Borg, Dorothy Eileen Tasker Salt Lake City 

Brasher, Pattie Sue Huntington 

Brown Larae Bountiful 

Brown, Lucy Woolley Beaver 

Burton, May Roy 

Campbell, Carolyn Gardena, Calif. 

Claridge, Frances Gail White Salmon, Wash. 

Clark, Betty Provo 

Clark, Lucille Ririe, Ida. 

Cloward, Connie Smith Payson 

Cox, Doris Emma Hansen Mayfield 

Crowther, Helen Jean Decker Mesa, Ariz. 

Cruser, Clara Reeder Brigham City 

Curtis, Paul Johnson Spanish Fork 

Dial, Hazel F Shelley, Ida. 

Derrick, Kathleen Phoenix, Ariz. 

Dunn, Richard M Brigham City 

Edenfield, Grady Lamar McBean, Ga. 

Ferguson, Margaret Joan Salt Lake City 

Ferrin, Beth S Jackson, Wyo. 

Foote, Duane Horace Salt Lake City 

Ford, Larue Provo 

Frazier, Anne Martin Mesa, Ariz. 

Garcia, Carmen Chavez Chihuahua, Mexico 

Gibbs, Laurel Elizabeth Reliance, Wyo. 

Grover, Tereece Marie Thornton, Ida. 

Gulbrandsen, Lois Jane El Cajon, Calif. 

Hafen, Ada Marie Ivins 

Hallen, Gloria Salt Lake City 

Harrison, Betty Dodge Provo 

Hartsfield, Helen A Douglas, Ariz. 

Healey, Beatrice G Spanish Fork 

Hill, Vivian G Tetonia, Ida. 

Hirschi, Joyce Ogden 

Holbrook, Evelyn E Rigby, Ida. 

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Hopkins, Eulaleone St. George 

Hunter, Louine Berry San Gabriel, Calif. 

Jacobs, Clare McHale Delco, Ida. 

Jameson, Susan Phillips Provo 

Jeppson, Janet Strong Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Johnson, Margaret E Salt Lake City 

Jones, Pearl St. Anthony, Ida. 

Jorgensen, Joanne Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Kaloi, Eleanor Keala Honolulu, Hawaii 

Keala, Florence Kamauoha Lanikai, Oahu, T. H. 

Keeling, Jerry Lee Tacoma, Wash. 

Lalliss, Coyla Buhl, Ida. 

Lindsey, Margaret Lois Flint, Mich. 

Long, Louis R Overton, Nev. 

Makaio, Elaine Hilo, T. H. 

McCuUoch, Glenna Mary Rexburg, Ida. 

Meservy, Virginia Rae Provo 

Minson, Joy Garden Grove, Calif. 

Morgan, Marcia Ann Sacramento, Calif. 

Morgan, Venna Dee Sanford, Colo. 

Morrill, Doris Fern Preece Vernal 

Moss, Ada M Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Mousley, Boyd Hyrum Riverton 

Nielsen, Lynn M Lehi 

Noble, Phyllis Joan Whiterocks 

O'Brien, Marjorie Tetonia, Ida. 

Okimoto, Howard Toyokazu Honolulu, Hawaii 

Ottley, LeRoy San Mateo, Calif. 

Palmer, Shirley Blanding 

Parkinson, Kay Rexburg, Ida. 

Radmall, Paul K Pleasant Grove 

Riggs, Elsie Groom Rigby, Ida. 

Robertson, Lena Davis Molokai, T. H. 

Rockwood, Daisy Beatrice Salt Lake City 

Schult, Hazel Memmott Fresno, Calif. 

Steimle, Corinne Wickstrom Pasadena, Calif. 

Stevens, Ewie Bass Blanding 

Stewart, Marilyn Salt Lake City 

Stone, Geneva Blackwell Salt Lake City 

Swenson, Sterling Reed Spanish Fork 

Taylor, Carol Dawn Blackfoot, Ida. 

Thiemann, Mildred Chattin Terreton, Ida. 

Vance, Calvan Douglas American Fork 

Westwood, Judith Ann San Diego, Calif. 

Wood, Willis Ellis Spanish Fork 



Secondary Instruction 



Bachelor of Arts 

Braithwaite, L. Dale Provo 

Claridge, Roy M Tucson, Ariz. 

Decker, Rey Melvin Snowflake, Ariz. 

Harrison, Russell David, Jr Inglewood, Calif. 

Peck, Ronald J Boise, Ida. 

Bachelor of Science 

Bailey, Larry Lysle Liberty 

Barney, Lyman Kendall Yakima, Wash. 

Beagley, Kent Ferrell Orem 

Beckstrand, Therald C Meadow 

Clawson, Arthur Tenney Tucson, Ariz. 

Conway, Thomas Locke El Paso, Texas 

Cropper, Daryl Mahonri Hinckley 

Dart, George Edwin Provo 

Davis, Kiliona Solomon Hoolehua Molokai, T. H. 

Davis, Richard Lynn Los Angeles, Calif. 

Edwards, Hugh Ted Monticello 

Exeter, George Merlin Pocatello, Ida. 

Fisher, Madison Scott San Marino, Calif. 

Gray, James Andrew American Fork 

Hall, Ronald Devere Bountiful 

Harris, Howard Melvin Provo 

Horlacher, Fred R Fallon, Nev. 

Horrocks, Sheldon Glen Heber 

Hunt, Max Ray Joseph City, Ariz. 

Hurd, Royal Clifford Sioux City, Iowa 

Ireland, Sam Martin, S. Dak. 

Jensen, Clarence Golden Huntsville 

Johnson, Don F Shelley, Ida. 

Johnson, Royce C Aurora 

Kiilau, Walter Masao Kauai, T. H. 

King, Gerald N Layton 



Penrod, Richard Gary Provo 

Sorensen, Sexerin Lund, Jr Sierra Madre, Calif. 

White, Orson Hyde Hollywood, Calif. 

Winborg, James Peter Pocatello, Ida. 



King, Randle Roland Phoenix, Ariz. 

Laney, Alden Hastings Murray 

Lawlor, Lawrence Dow Picture Butte, Alta., Canada 

Mckay, William R Tucson, Ariz. 

McNeely, Dennis St. George 

Moikeha, Mona Amy H Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 

Montgomery, Anthon Clearfield 

Mortensen, Stuart Emery 

Nielson, Clayton A Murray 

Peel, Robert Kendall Pomona, Calif. 

Peterson, Kenneth D Lehi 

Rogers, James Keith Blanding 

Salisbury, Charles Durrell Provo 

Sare, Gene Raymond San Diego, Calif. 

Schramm, Clarence Ferdinand Payson 

Shaw, Perry Clayton Salt Lake City 

Shipp, Jack F Joseph 

Sisemore, Claudia Salt Lake City 

Smith, Paul Charles Layton 

Stevens, Carole Salt Lake City 

Strong, John Ray Driggs, Ida. 

Tenney, Roy Allen Boise, Ida. 

Whittaker, Raymond S Circleville 

Wilkey, Lawrence Eugene Nephi 

Williams, Byron Cole Axson, Ga. 



COLLEGE OF FAMILY LIVING 
Clothing and Textiles 



Bachelor of Science 

Davidson, Dawn Ilene Salt Lake City 

Family Life 



Bachelor of Science 

Nelson, Elaine Tucson, Ariz. 

Homemaking Education 



Bachelor of Science 

Bartlett, Janet Dorothy Westfield, N. J. 

Buckwalter, Marilyn Kathleen A Bountiful 

Coles, Ruthmary Braithwaite Provo 

Gibson, Carol Joy Chino, Calif. 

lokepa, Shirley Mae Pualeilani Kamueha, Hawaii 

Johnson, Pamela Gay Overton, Nev. 

Lasson, Carolyn Boulder City, Nev. 

Human Development and Family Relationships 



Mathis, Ann B Price 

Miller, Beth „ Victor, Ida. 

Shields, Elise Marie Rosemary, Alta., Canada 

Spencer, Sidnee Day Murray 

Tweten, Georgine Detroit, Mich. 

Wilkinson, Georganne Gardner LaMesa, Calif. 



Bachelor of Arts 
Hart, Darrell Henry 



Ogden 



Bachelor of Science 

Anderson, Elvadeen F Las Vegas, Nev. 

Keller, Sara Beth Caldwell, Ida. 



McKell, Maryem Provo 



COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS 
Art 

Bachelor of Arts 

Hall, Martin Arthur Provo 

Schetselaar, Melvin Salt Lake City 

Bachelor of Science 

Davies, Thomas Leland El Monte, Calif. 

Fotheringham, Dean Wood Orem 

Hull, Diane Quincy, Wash. 

Commercicxl Art 

Bachelor of Science 

Church, Russell Arley Gary, Ind. 

Music Applied 

Bachelor of Arts 

Stewart, Mary Lynne Ogden 

Music Education 

Bachelor of Arts 

Beaman, Bruce Wayne Douglas San Diego, Calif. 

Crowther, Duane Swofford Arlington, Va. 

Erickson, A. Grant Sterling, Alta., Canada 

Bachelor of Science 

Bowden, Robert Cedric Rock Springs, Wyo. 

Gibbons, Leroy HI Holbrook, Ariz. 

Music 

Bachelor of Arts 

Folsom, Nancy Ellen Farmington 

Speech 

Bachelor of Arts 

Bush, Gerald Vernon Ogden 

Bachelor of Science 

Boren, Marjorie Jean Dixon Orem 

Catlett, Patricia Alene Independence, Kan. 

Jones, Kenneth Wendell Salt Lake City 

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Woodward, Lee Anna Sacramento, Calif. 

Meyers, Valerie Takako Hilo, Hawaii 

Roberts, Virginia Finnall Anchorage, Alaska 



Oliphant, Norman Henry Orem 

Tarr, Harry L., Jr Peunte, Calif. 

Lee, Ronald E New London, Iowa 

Skidmore, Emeline Pocatello, Ida. 



Juarez, Caroline Phoenix, Ariz. 

Lichtenstein, Deanna Margaret Brigham City 

Ringquist, Rita Mabel Vancouver, Wash. 

Williams, Bert Kenneth Salt Lake City 



GEn^ERAL COLLEGE 
Industrial Education 



Bachelor of Arts 

Hone, Keith Stewart Spanish Fork 

Bachelor of Science 

Bond, Joe W Heber 

Crosby, Edward Earl Altamont 

Hill, Garth A Payson 



Young, Beven Guy Huntington 



Lowry, Thomas Edwin 
Noble, Joseph Wayne . 



Glenwood, Alta., Canada 
Farmington 



COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 
English 



Bachelor of Arts 

Allred, Patricia Smith .... 
Asplund, Charles Thomas 
Davis, Patricia Salvesen .. 



., Arlington, Va. 

Lethbridge, Alta, Canada 
Downey, Ida. 



Hill, Gordon O 

Marx, Anna Laraine 
Richardson, Kaye 



.. Baineville, Mont. 

Mt. Pleasant 

Underwood, Wash. 



Bachelor of Science 

Roupe, Larry Otto 



Saratoga, Wyo. 



Geography 



Bachelor of Arts 
Grey, Alan Hopwood 



Auckland S. E. 5, N. Z. 



Grey, Patricia Barney Salt Lake City 



Bachelor of Science 
Andreasen, Cal Juel 



Pasadena, Calif. 



History 



Bachelor of Arts 

Miller, H. Lewis ... 



Ogden 



Bachelor of Science 

Bushman, Dean Nelson 

Cummins, Wesley Lowell 
Decker, Dean A 



Joseph City, Ariz. 

Pacific Grove, Calif. 
Enterprise 



Hilton, Jerold Almon 
Reese, Gary Fuller 



Stillwater, Okla. 
. Tacoma, Wash. 



Journalism 



Bachelor of Science 

Wixom, Hartt 



Salt Lake City 



Modem Languages 



French 

Bachelor of Arts 
Mangum, Sandra Stonehocker 



Idaho Falls, Ida. 



German 

Bachelor of Arts 

Adams, Kenneth R Orem 

Spanish 

Bachelor of Arts 

De La Cruz, Jose D., Chihuahua, Mexico 

Political Science 

Bachelor of Arts 

Hibbert, Sherman Holden Boise, Ida. 

Bachelor of Science 

Bunker, Richard Wendell Las Vegas, Nev. 

Francis, Robert E Ogden 

Ricks, Gary R Stockton, Calif. 



McClellan, Charles Albert Payson 

Lopez, Leonora M Carlsbad, N. Mex. 

Kunz, Lyle Driggs, Ida. 

Sylvester, Bart R Chicago, 111. 

Turner, George Mason Butte, Mont. 



Psychology 



Bachelor of Science 

Dickson, Neil S 

Groscost, C. Kenneth ... 



Morgan 
.. Tooele 



Hunter, Richard Brent . 
Wilcock, Keith Dickson 



... Eugene, Ore. 
Salt Lake City 



Sociology 

Bachelor of Science 

Ash, Wayne R Pleasant Grove 

Atkinson, Geraldine Nielson Springville 

Ballif, Catherine Lou Portland, Ore. 

Barnett, Warren Charles Portland, Ore. 

Bennion, Paul Clark Farmington 

Bowles, Roy Tyler Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Cox, Mary Anna Imbler, Ore. 



Crook, James Peterson Smoot, Wyo. 

Cutler, Raymond C. V Penticton, B. C, Canada 

Kanakaole, Edith Leinaala Hilo, Hawaii 

Peers, Janet B Santa Barbara, Calif. 

Richards, Fred Bruce American Fork 

Scott, David R Portland, Ore. 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES 



Chemistry 

Bachelor of Science 

Bishop, Merlyin Sandy 

Davis, Owen Gerald Boise, Ida. 

Johnson, MacDonald B Magna 



Lasley, Gordon Ray Seattle 

Paris, Charles William Worland, Wyo. 

Porter, Reed Johnson Springville 



Geology 



Bachelor of Arts 
Bryson, Robert Allen 



Vernal 



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Bachelor of Science 

Aland, Gordon A Montpelier, Ida. 

Baer, Harry Daniel Anderson, Calif. 

Bullock, Benjamin Neil Provo 

Cook, Philip Charles Hogansburg, N. Y. 

Green, Gordon Reed Fountain Green 

Jensen, Elwood Stanley Manti 

Kaminska, Rodney E Parowan 

Kourtides, Demetrius A Athens, Greece 

Rivers, E. George Flagstaff, Ariz. 

Mathematics 



Robinson, Gerald Bert, Jr Gunnison 

Russell, John Joseph Los Angeles, Calif. 

Stuart, Ronald W Elba, N. Y. 

Taylor, Paul Scott Price 

Tonks, Jesse Warren Springville 

Vance, Allen Lamont Fairview 

Willes, Sidney Blaine Spanish Fork 

Winkler, Harold Junior Mt. Pleasant 



Bachelor of Science 

Hope, Arthur Carl Rexburg, Ida. 

Physics 



Bachelor of Science 

Bunker, Ivan Andersen Provo 

Christensen, Herbert Eugene Shelley, Ida. 

(Five-Yeocr Degrees) 

Electrical Engineering Science 



Clark, Ruel Ross 
Pedersen, Gaylen 



Provo 

Salt Lake City 



Bachelor of Engineering Science 

Godfrey, Arvin F Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Mechanical Engineering Science 



Kindred, Jerald C Ogden 



Bachelor of Engineering Science 

Dickerson, Larry E Provo 



Saunders, Arlan Rex Buhl, Ida. 



COLLEGE OF RECREATION, PHYSICAL AND HEALTH 
EDUCATION, AND ATHLETICS 

Health Education 



Bachelor of Science 

Condie, Genene Preston, Ida. 

Physical Education 

Bachelor of Arts 

Madsen, Mac Lynn Olaf Boise, Ida. 

Bachelor of Science 

Adams, Gweneth Orem 

Bodily, Beth Alene Judy Idaho Falls, Ida. 

Bone, Lorin Edward Lehi 

Caldwell, Colleen Ranae Salt Lake City 

Crawford, Arvin C Spokane, Wash. 

Fenn, Donald Eugene Roseburg, Ore. 

Holman, Tedd Rider Sugar City, Ida. 

Holmes, Thomas G Raymond, Alta, Canada 

Jameson, Milton Kirkham Orem 

Jameson, Kirk Marchant Powell, Wyo. 

Johnson, Gary Thorley Overton, Nev. 

LaComb, Gary Frank Copperton 



Lewis, Allen E Logandale, Nev. 

Mickelsen, Richard A Rigby, Ida. 

Moe, Dora Saling Mokane, Mo. 

Nicoll, John Cleveland Mesa, Ariz. 

Parkinson, Delmar H Rexburg, Ida. 

Pritchett, David Leigh Spokane, Wash. 

Regis, Larry Orchard, Jr Kenilworth 

Sawyers, Sherrell V , Tooele 

Sheen, Norman Dewayne Cardston, Alta., Canada 

Whitaker, Thelma W San Antonio, Texas 

Yingling, Billy A North Bend, Ore. 

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MASTER'S DEGREES 
MASTER OF ARTS 



ANDERSEN, C. PAUL American Fork 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Theatre and Dramatic Arts 
Minor: Oral Interpretation 
Thesis: How Made Me Thus 

BAXTER ,DONALD W Salt Lake City 

B.A. Degree, Westminster College, 1952 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: History 

Thesis: The History of Public Education in Daggett 
County, Utah and Adjacent Areas 

BROWN, DEANE W Price 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1942 
Major: Musicology 
Minor: Music Theory 

Thesis: Growth and Development of Utah Professional 
Symphonic Orchestras prior to 1940 

CEBOLLADA, FRANCISCO L Melilla, Spain 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Spanish 
Minor : French 

Thesis: Analisis de la Obra Liter aria de Ramon del 
Valle-Inclan Dentro del Espiritu del Parnasco 
Frances 

COSGROVE, RONALD M Calgary, Alta., Canada 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1951 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Educational Research and Services 
Thesis: The Effect of a Semester Plan of Organizatioti 
upon Selected Pupil-Related Criteria of School 
Efficiency in the Cardston High School, Card- 
ston. Alberta 

DAHL, PAUL E. Cedar City 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1953 
Major: Church History 
Minor: Secondary Education 

Thesis:.. William Clayton, Missionary, Pioneer, and 
Public Servant 

DAVIS, GAROLD N Ashland, Ore. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 

Major: German 

Minor: English Literature 

Thesis: Wolfgang Bor chert: Nihilist or Moralist 

DUNN, JOAN PATRICIA Valley Stream, N. Y. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1956 

Major: English Literature 

Minor: American Literature 

Thesis: A Study of Creative Force as Destructive Force 
in Four Major O'Neill Tragedies, D. H. 
Lawrence's Use of Nature Description in Sons 
and Lovers, and A Doll's House: An Original 



Short Story 



FRANKS, J. RICHARD Oakley, Ida. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1952. 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: A Survey and Analysis of the Problems En- 
countered by Drama Directors in the Produc- 
tion of Plays in the High Schools of Idaho 

HANSEN, KLAUS J Kiel, Germany 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: History 
Minor: English 

Thesis : The Theory and Practice of the Political King- 
dom of God in Mormon History, 1829-1890 

HARDY, BLAINE CARMON Wapato, Washmgton 

B.A. Degree, Washington State College, 1957 

Major: History 

Minor: American Literature 

Thesis.The Pastoral Impulse in American Civilization 

HYUN, CHOJONG Seoul, Korea 

Bachelor of Law Degree, Korea University, 1952 

Major: Political Science 

Minor; History 

Thesis: Korean Independence and Great Power Politics 

JONES, JOSEPH DEAN Spanish Fork 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1953 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Education 

Thesis: A Survey of Hearing Defective Children in 
the Elementary Schools of the Nebo School 
District over a Two Year Period 

KILTS, CLAIR THEODORE Hooper 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: History 
Minor: Church History 

Thesis: A History of the Federal and Territorial Court 
Conflicts in Utah, 1851-1814 

LAWS, DUANE M Provo 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Human Development and Family Relation- 
ships 
Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: Comparisoti of the Religious Orthodoxy and 
Marital Adjustment of Individuals with Tem- 
ple and Non-Temple Marriages 

LONGREE, GEORGES H. F Liege, Belgium 

Agrege Degree, Regent Litteraire, E.N.S. de Liege, 

Belgium, 1957 
B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: French Literature 
Minor: Psychology 
Thesis: L'Element Musical Dans L'Oeuvie Dramatique 

de Michel de Ghelderode 



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MASTER OF ARTS (continued) 



McCUE, ROBERT J Lethbridge, Alta., Canada 

B.A. Degree, University of Alberta, 1957 
Major: Church History 
Minor: History 

Thesis: Similarities and Differences in the Anabaptist 
Restitution and the Mormon Restoration 

ROBERTSON, GLEN EVAN Springville 

B.A. Degree, University of Utah, 1949 
Major: Enghsh Literature 
Minor: American Literature 

Thesis: A Study of Religious Pessimism in the Poetry 
of Hardy, Fitzgerald, Housman, and Thomson 

ROSEN, HAROLD EARL Spokane, Wash. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1954 



Major 
Minor 
Thesis 



Spanish 
French 

Emotional Conflict in the Novels of Eduardo 
Barrios 



ROWBERRY, CECIL JOSEPH Provo 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1953 

Major: Accounting 

Minor: Finance and Banking 

Thesis: Basic University Accounting Methods 

SHAWCROFT, WADE S Alamosa, Colo. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Spanish 
Minor: English 

Thesis: A Study of the Picaresque Elements in Some 
of the Urban Novels of Galdos 



TAYLOR, STANLEY K El Paso, Texas 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1954 
Major: Entomology 
Minor: Zoology 

Thesis: Bionomics of Culex Tarsalis Coquillett in Utah 
County 

WHITNEY, MARCIA Omaha, Neb. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: English Literature 
Minor: American Literature 

Thesis: The Cleopatra of Plutarch, Shakespeare 
and Dryden; Tone m Willa Cather; and The 
Maelstrom: An Original Short Story 

YAMASHITA, TAKEJI Nagata-ku, Kobe, Japan 

B.A. Degree, Kobe University, Japan, 1955 



Major 
Minor 
Thesis 



Economics 
Political Science 

The Role of Foreign Capital in Japan's Eco- 
nomic Development 



YANG, LINDA CHING-TZE Taipei, Taiwan, China 

B. Ed. Degree, Taipei Normal University, 1955 
Major: Health Education 
Minor: Physical Education 

Thesis: An Evaluation of the Health Education Pro- 
gram in Free Chinese Secondary Schools 



MASTER OF SCIENCE 



ANDERSON, C. LE ROY Thornton, Ida. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University ,1957 



Major 
Minor 

Thesis 



Sociology 
Psychology 

Factors Associated with Church Related Ac- 
tivities of L.D.S. Male Household Heads in 
Selected Utah Rural Areas 



BEACHAM, GARTH R Ephraim 

B.S. Degree, Utah State Agricultural College, 1950 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: The Professional Backgrounds, Professional 

Activities, and Professional Goals of Utah 

Junior College Teachers 

BENNETT, ERMA Provo 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1934 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: A Study of Library-Type Reading Done by 
Elementary School Children 



BURGE, DONALD LOCKWOOD Arcadia, Calif. 

B.A. Degree, University of Southern California, 1956 
Major: Economic Geology 
Minor: Geology 

Thesis : Intrusive and Metamorphic Rocks of the Silver 
Lake Flat Area, American Fork Canyon, Utah 

CALL, OWEN DEAN Chihuahua, Mexico 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 

Major: Psychology 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: The Relationship between Authoritarianisjn 

and Religious Orthodoxy at Different Age 

Levels 

CARSON, GARY LANE Dillon, Mont. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1956 

Major: Personnel and Guidance 

Minor: Psychology 

Thesis : Leadership and Personality 

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MASTER OF SCIENCE (continued) 



COLEMAN, RAY W Ogden 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: A Study of In-Service Training Practices Used 

in Selected City and County School Districts of 

Utah 

COOK, CAROL ATACK Cheyenne, Wyo. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1956 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: The Relationship of Motivational Determi- 
nants to Academic Success 

COOK, JACK ROBINSON Cheyenne, Wyo. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Educational Administration 
Thesis: The Effect of Increased Quadriceps Femoris 
Muscle Strength on the Performance of a 
Vertical fump 

COX, LEE TAYLOR Provo 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1953 
Major: Physical Chemistry 
Minor: Analytical and Inorganic Chemistry 
Thesis: The Instability and Constant of the Cobalt ous 
Citrate Complex Ion Using Cobalt 60 as a 
Tracer 

CROSBY, GARY WAYNE Spurger, Texas 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Stratigraphy, Sedimentation and Paleontology 
Minor: Economic Geology and Mineralogy, Structural, 

Field, and Dynamic Geology 
Thesis: Geology of the South Pavant Range, Millard 

and Sevier Counties, Utah 

DAVIS, BRIANT LE ROY Long Beach, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 

Major: Geology 

Minor : Geology 

Thesis: Petrology and Petrography of the Igneous 

Rocks of the Stansbury Mountains, Tooele 

County, Utah 

DECKER, LORAL ALVIN Snowflake, Ariz. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Physical- Analytical Chemistry 
Minor: General Chemistry 

Thesis: Studies on the Biological Oxidation of Fer- 
rous Iron and Chalcopyrite 

DeGRAW, MONTE BOWEN Spanish Fork 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1951 

Major: Design and Crafts 

Minor: Painting 

Thesis: A Study of the Representative Examples of 
Art Works Fostered by the Mormon Church 
with an Analysis of the Aesthetic Value of 
These Works 

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EDWARDS, SHELDON MAHLON .. Boulder City, Nev. 
B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Personnel and Guidance 
Minor: Psychology 

Thesis: Geographical Differences in Personality Pat- 
terns of L.D.S. Students 

FLETCHER, GEORGE ARTHUR 

Lethbridge, Alta., Canada 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Educational Research and Services 
Thesis: To What Extent Do Principals of Senior High 
Schools in the State of Utah Use Democratic 
or Autocratic Means in Administering Their 
Schools? 

FOSTER, JOHN M Cedar City 

B.S. Degree, Utah State Agricultural College, 1951 
Major: Economic Geology 
Minor: Stratigraphy 

Thesis: Geology of the Bismark Peak Area, North 
Tintic District, Utah County, Utah 

GARDINER, ALMA A Salt Lake City 

B.S. Degree, University of Utah, 1940 

Major: Church History and Philosophy 

Minor: Scripture 
Thesis: The Founding and Development of Grantsville, 
Utah 

GOULD, WILBURN JAMES Hamilton City, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Geology 
Minor: Economic Geology 

Thesis: Geology of the Northern Needle Range, Mil- 
lard County, Utah 

HARMON, DUANE McMURRIN Fresno, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 
Major: Personnel and Guidance 
Minor: Psychology 

Thesis: Relationship between Authoritarianism and 
Certain Areas of Academic Success 

HARTSHORN, LEON ROUNDY American Fork 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1956 

Major: Church History and Philosophy 

Minor: Religious Education 

Thesis: Philip de la Mare, Industrialist for the Saints 

HATTON, LE ORA FERN Idaho Falls, Ida. 

B.S. Degree, Utah State University, 1958 

Major: Human Development and Family Relationships 

Minor: Home Economics, General 

Thesis: A Study of the Basic Causes of Divorce and 
Marital Conflict as Determined by Cases Re- 
corded in the Utah County Marriage Counsel- 
ing Center for the Years 19^7 and 19^8 



MASTER OF SCIENCE (continued) 



HENSON, CHARLES ALFRED ... Council Bluffs, Iowa 
B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Theatre and Dramatic Arts 
Minor: Art 

Thesis: "The "Wizard of Oz" A Creative Project in 
Stage Design 

JOHNSON, KENNETH DEE Nephi 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 
Major: Geology 
Minor : Geology 

Thesis : Structure and Stratigraphy of the Mount Nebo- 
Salt Creek Area 

JONES, DOUGLAS EMRON San Gabriel, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 

Major: Physics 

Minor: Mathematics 

Thesis: A Measurement of the Magnetic Moment of 
Lithium' in Bohr Magnetons at 24,000 Mega 
cycles Using Narrow Band Detection 

KNIGHT, LARRY VINSON Provo 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 



Major 
Minor 
Thesis 



Physics 

Mathematics 

Magnetic Dipole Detection of the Cyclotron 

Resonance of the Free Electron 



LAW, WESLEY RUANE Orangeville 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 

Major: History 

Minor: Church History 

Thesis: Mormon Indian Missions— 1855 

LEWIS EMERY BOWEN Marion 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 



Major 
Minor 
Thesis 



Educational Administration 

Education Instruction 

A Study of the Secondary School Principalship 

in the Eleven Western States—with an Analysis 

of Professional Preparation and School Time 

Usage 

LOTT, PAUL BLAKE Toppenish, Wash| 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University ,1958 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: A Comparative Study of the Salary-Supple- 
menting Activities Undertaken by and the 
Remunerations Received by the Male Teachers 
in Three Representative School Districts in the 
State of Utah 

McCARREY, LEON RASMUSSEN Richmond 

B.S. Degree, Utah State University, 1955 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: Organizational Patterns of Supervision in the 
State of Utah for the School Year 1958-39 



McKELVEY, MONA LEE Salt Lake City 

B.S. Degree, Florida State University, 1956 
Major: Human Development and Family Relationships 
Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: Possible Criteria for Measuring Religious 
Maturity, A Facet of Human Behavior 

MANGUM, JOHN HARVEY Alexandria, Va. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Biochemistry 
Minor: Physical-Organic Chemistry 
Thesis: The Cytochrome Composition of Bacillus Sub- 
tilis and Bacillus Megaterium 

MARLOW, HOLT CARLETON Alturas, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 

Major: History 

Minor: Educational Psychology 

Thesis: Brigham Young's Philosophy of History 

MORRIS, LYLE RAY Parowan 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 
Ma j or : Bacteriology 
Minor: Biochemistry 

Thesis: A Study of Conditions Affecting the Action of 
L-Serine Dehydrase of Clostridium Acidi-Urici 

NELSON, DALE LEE Orem 

B.S. Degree, Utah State Agricultural College, 1950 
Major: Journalism 
Minor: Educational Administration 
Thesis: An Evaluation of Public Relations Contacts 
with High School Seniors Made by a Repre- 
sentative of Brigham Young University 

OLSON, GERALD POULTON Ogden 

B.S. Degree, University of Utah, 1954 
Major: Design and Crafts 
Minor: Education Instruction 

Thesis: A Comparison of One Aspect of Perception 
and Aesthetic fudgment 

PEEL, LEROY F Mesa, Ariz. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Ma j or : Bacteriology 
Minor: Biochemistry 

Thesis: Influence of Bacterial Lipopoly saccharides on 
Hemolysin Formation 

RICHARDS, FOSTER GENE Henefer 

B.A. Degree, Eastern Washington College of Educa- 
tion, 1951 
Major: Journalism 
Minor: Geography 

Thesis: Alcoholic Beverage Advertising in Utah Week- 
ly Newspapers 

ROLLINS, MYRON B Morgan 

B.S. Degree, Utah State University, 1952 

Major: Soils 

Minor: Chemistry 

Thesis: An Experimental Investigation of a Procedure 

for Measuring the Swelling of Dispersed Ben- 

tonites in Relation to Time 



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MASTER OF SCIENCE (continued) 



SMITH, PAUL STEPHENSON St. George 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Business Education and Office Management 
Thesis: A Survey of the Establishfnent and Adminis- 
tration of the Audio-Visual Department at 
Brigham Young University 

STEED, BRUCE DAVID Cardston, Alta., Canada 

B. Ed. Degree, University of Alberta, 1952 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis : A Study of Fund Apportionment and a Survey 
of Budget Procedures in School Divisions and 
City School Districts in Alberta for 1957 

STOLWORTHY, REED L Provo 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: A Study of the Legal Provisions Relating to 

Released Time for Religious Study and to 

Religion in Public Education 

STONG, WILLIAM JAMES Dnggs, Ida. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1958 

Major: Physics 

Minor: Mathematics 

Thesis: A Photographic Study of Single Shock Fronts 

TAGG, MELVIN SALWAY .... Cardston, Alta., Canada 
B. Ed. Degree, University of Alberta, 1955 
Major: Church History 
Minor: Scripture 

Thesis: The Life of Edward fames Wood, Church 
Patriot 



TWITCHELL, JERRY F Lyman, Wyo. 

B.S. Degree, Ricks College, 1956 

Major: Church History 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: The L.D.S. History of Bridger Valley 

TYNDALL, OTTELLA WATSON Blackfoot, Ida. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1956 

Major: Human Development and Family Relationships 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: Comparison of Two Methods of Food Service, 
Self-Service and the Standard Style Service, 
with Respect to the Amount of Food Eaten, 
the Amount of Food Waste and the Variety of 
Food Eaten by a Group of Pre-School Children 

WHITE, LELAND D Clearfield 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 
Major: Entomology 
Minor: Botany 

Thesis : A Study for the Identification of Larval Ixodid 
Ticks Known to Occur in Utah 

WRATHALL, JAY W Depew, N. Y. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1957 

Major: Inorganic- Analytical Chemistry 

Minor: Physical-Organic Chemistry 

Thesis: A Thermodynamic Study of Complex Forma- 
tion in Aqueous Solution I The Copper (II)- 
Alanine and Copper {III)-Phenalanine Sys- 
tems II The Iron (III)-Acetylacetone System 



MASTER OF EDUCATION 



ASHBY, MERRILL HOLT Spanish Fork 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1953 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Special Education 

Thesis: A Survey to Determine the Nature of Budgets 
and Facilities of the Elementary School Li- 
braries in Utah 

BENNETT, FERN LOUISE B Holden 

B.S. Degree, University of Utah, 1952 

Major: Curriculum-Instruction 

Minor: Educational Administration 

Thesis: An Analysis of the Identification and Educa- 
tional Program for Gifted Children in the 
Elementary Schools of the Millard County 
School District 

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BIRD, ALMA DEE LEE Stockton, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: A Study to Determine the Role of the Teacher 
in Interpreting the School to the Community 
in the Lincoln Unified School District, Stock- 
ton, California, 19^8-39 

BRADY, BOYD H Provo 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1950 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Secondary Instruction 

Thesis: A Study of the School Boards of the State of 
Utah to Determine How Well Individual 
Board Members Understand Their Legal Re- 
sponsibilities 



MASTER OF EDUCATION (continued) 



CAHOON, REX A Lethbridge, Alta., Canada 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1953 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: A Study of Mathematics Disabilities of the 
Junior High School Students in the Taker 
School Division and the Effects of a Remedial 
Instruction Program 

CLARK, DONALD EDWARD Visalia, Calif. 

B.A. Degree, Humboldt State College, 1955 
Major: Curriculum and Instruction 
Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: The Value of Report Cards as a Means of 
School-Home Communication 

DARLEY, ERMA Centerville 

B.S. Degree, University of Utah, 1950 
Major: Curriculum and Instruction 
Minor: Educational Administration 
Thesis: A Comparison of Three Types of Observa- 
tional Visits in the Supervision of Student 
Teaching 

HENDERSON, HYRUM S San Diego, Calif. 

B.S. Degree, Ricks College, 1952 

Major: Education Instruction 

Minor: Special Education 

Thesis: The Effects of a Course in Personal Adjust- 
ment on the Personal Adjustment and Reading 
Ability of Certain Mentally Retarded Stu- 
dents in Junior High School 

HIGGINS, DELBERT J Richfield 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1948 

Major: Elementary Instruction 

Minor: Educational Administration 

Thesis: A Study of Philosophy, Objectives, and Prac- 
tices of Teaching Kindergarten with Implica- 
tions for Teaching Kindergarten in Sevier 
School District 

HUTCHINSON, KARL GRANT Buhl, Ida. 

B.A. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1953 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Personnel and Guidance 
Thesis: A Study of the Performance of 886 Brigham 
Young University Freshmen on an English 
Placement Test, September, 19^^ 

JACOBSON, WALDO EVAN Springville 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1951 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Special Education 

Thesis: A Survey of the Remedial Programs of the 
State of Utah for the School Year 19^8-19^9 



MOFFETT, MAX WILLIAM Burley, Ida. 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1952 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Church History and Philosophy 

Thesis: A Study of the Comparison of Grade-Point 
Averages of Seminary and Non-Seminary Stu- 
dents with I.Q. Matchings at Carbon High 
School, Davis High School, and Ogden High 
School from 1931-1936 

NEWELL M. CLARK Mona 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1947 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Political Science 

Thesis: A Camparison of the Program of the Seven 
Period Day and the Six Period Day in Smaller 
High Schools of the State of Utah 

SCHOFIELD, SHELDON CLAREN Provo 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1953 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Elementary Education 

Thesis : A Study of Orientation Practices of Profession- 
al Personnel in Provo City Schools 

SEAL, GLENN T Springville 

B.S. Degree, University of Utah, 1936 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: Personnel and Guidance 

Thesis: A Study of the Need for the Fusion of Disci- 
pline and Counseling on the High School 
Level 

SHUTE, REGINALD WAYNE .... San Bernardino, Calif. 
B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1955 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Physical Education 

Thesis: A Study of Disciplinary Problems in the Senior 
High Schools of the State of Utah 

WHITTAKER, DONALD C Circleville 

B.S. Degree, Brigham Young University, 1952 
Major: Educational Administration 
Minor: Secondary Education 

Thesis : A Survey and Evaluation of the Library Facili- 
ties of the Secondary Schools in the Garfield, 
Piute and Sevier School Districts of Utah 



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AIR FORCE ROTC GRADUATES 



Gary W. Hannig 



Russell D. Harrison, Jr. 



Arnold H. Mellor 



Don W. Merrill 



GRADUATES WITH HIGH HONORS 



Anderson, Joanne Rhoades 
Armstrong, Kenna Rae 
Bowles, Roy Tyler 



Brasher, Pattie Sue 
Crowther, Duane Swofford 
Grey, Alan Hopwood 



Grey, Patricia Barney 
Harrison, Betty Dodge 
Lichtenstein, Deanna Margaret 



Smith DeAnna 
Spencer, Sidnee Day 



GRADUATES WITH HONORS 



Allred, Patricia Smith 
Ashby, Joan Louise 
Buckwalter, Marilyn Kathleen 
Cloward, Connie Smith 
Condie, Genene 
Erdman, Kimball Stewart 
Folsom, Nancy Ellen 



Francis, Robert E. 

Hart, Darrell Henry 

Henderson, Leslie Fred 

Hopkins, Eulaleone 

Jensen, Clarence Golden 

Kerby, Joe Kent 

Mangum, Sandra Stonehocker 



Mirx, Anna Laraine 
Mathis, Ann B. 
Meredith, Gary Edward 
Montgomery, Anthon 0. 
Peck, Ronald J. 
Peel, Robert Kendall 
Peterson, Kenneth D. 



Richardson, Kaye 
Ricks, Gary R. 
Robinson, Gerald Bert, Jr. 
Shaw, James Thatcher 
Sims, Norman M. 
Skidmore, Emeline 



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